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  • District prepares for graduation ceremonies

     

    grad cap Davis School District is anticipating nearly 4,500 graduates next week.

     

    A visit to Viewmont High’s webpage provides a sampling of the success our high school seniors have accomplished. 

     

    • Average ACT Score: 22.1, which is 1.3 points above the Utah average
    • Graduation pass rate of 93 percent
    • Advanced Placement testing with a pass rate of 80 percent

     

    The most significant numbers reflect Davis School District’s dedication promoting college readiness.

    • 1,124 Concurrent Enrollment (CE) courses taken
    • 2,581 CE Semester hours generated
    • Over $4.8 million in scholarships

     

    District high schools are celebrating similar success. Leading up to graduation, seniors will be honored and recognized with scholarship awards, assemblies, banquets and Cotillion dances with the culminating event of graduation June 2 and 3, respectively. Congratulations to all of our graduates!

     

    Tickets for the commencement ceremonies will be distributed to the prospective graduates. Additional tickets may be purchased in school offices or at the door of the event.  Specific commencement dates, times and locations are listed below.

     

    Thursday, June 2

    • Davis High – 9 a.m. WSU Dee Events Center
    • Mountain High — 11 a.m. Davis High Auditorium
    • Syracuse High – 1 p.m. WSU Dee Events Center
    • Bountiful High – 4 p.m. UU Huntsman Center
    • Layton High – 5 p.m. WSU Dee Events Center
    • Woods Cross High – 7 p.m. UU Huntsman Center

     

    Friday, June 3

    • Clearfield High – 9 a.m. WSU Dee Events Center
    • Viewmont High – 1 p.m. WSU Dee Events Center
    • Northridge High – 5 p.m. WSU Dee Events Center

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