Class of 2020 Commencement Information
Link to Page: hilohigh.org/2020ac
Virtual Graduation - EVENT DETAILS
Premiere on Friday, May 22nd, 2020 @ 6:45 PM (Program to start at 7 PM HST)
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WATCH ONLINE AND ON K5
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You may also tune in to the premiere on TV!
Spectrum Channel 22/1022
Hawaiian Telcom Channel 13/1013
Over the Air signal Channel 13.2
NOTE: DUE TO TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES OUT OF OUR CONTROL, THERE ARE TWO VERSIONS OF THE COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM ON YOUTUBE. PLEASE SELECT THE SPECIFIC VIDEO FOR THE DEVICE YOU ARE WATCHING FROM.
- Follows traditional ceremony, including speeches from the Class President, Principal, Senior Song and more!
- Final video will be posted online for all to enjoy forever!
View/Download Digital Paper Program
Graduate Drive Through
Friday, May 22nd, 2020 from 3 PM - 5 PM
- For complete information, visit https://www.hilohs.k12.hi.us/apps/news/article/1227772
- ROUTE: Head up Waianuenue Avenue (coming from Hilo Union) to make the RIGHT turn into the gym’s parking lot. Check-In will be at the entrance of the gym. Follow the signs from the gym and turn right up Waianuenue Avenue toward the Hilo High School main parking lot. Follow signs and exit campus taking a right turn onto Waianuenue Avenue.
There shall be no "stationary audience", other than the faculty and staff of Hilo High School and invited guests. These people will be spread apart to observe social distancing guidelines and will be wearing masks throughout the event.
Parents and family members who join the graduate in their vehicle (all seat belted) is that graduate's "mobile audience" at the event.
No one will be allowed on campus outside of a graduate-containing vehicle. Administration emphasizes the need for public and extended family members to not attempt to park around or enter onto the school campus.
Throwing items from the vehicles is not permitted at anytime.
The purpose of the event is to "walk the line" in a non-traditional format to commemorate the accomplishments of our seniors. Misbehavior of any kind will truly tarnish the prestigiousness of High School Graduation.