Graduation Ceremonies at Epic are Totally EPIC
Each year, our graduation ceremony grows tremendously and planning an event of this magnitude takes great effort and planning. The success of last year’s ceremony was dependent upon the volunteer efforts of faculty and staff members…and more than 450 participating students and their 7,000 friends and family members who attended. If you’ve ever wondered what an Epic graduation looks like, look no further than our video of the 2017 ceremony.
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The school is expecting a record-setting audience of nearly 10,000 guests for the hundreds of students and faculty in attendance. All candidates for graduation will be contacted regarding their status in the second semester of the school year.
Epic Charter Schools Commencement
Saturday, June 2, 2018 at 3:00pm
Doors open at 1pm.
Frequently Asked Questions
A: We certainly have many students in that part of the state, but Oklahoma City is central to the entire state and accommodates the most number of families. If traveling to Oklahoma City presents a problem for any student, please reach out to your teacher early in the registration process so we can see what arrangements might be made to ease the burden. It’s a big day. We want you there.
A: While these students deserve a round of applause for their achievements, we reserve a celebration of this nature just for our senior class.
A: No, but we strongly encourage participation. No one regrets attending and marking this moment in their lives.
A: Registration emails will be sent once students qualify for participation. The email will direct students to the Epic website where they will register online.
A: No. We do not print or distribute tickets for the event.
A: Information regarding cap/gown orders will be shared during registration. Students who successfully complete the registration process are provided access to the cap/gown order form.
A: Plan to spend between $30 and $40 plus shipping.
A: No. Since these items are traditionally saved as keepsakes and sizes vary, the Learning Fund may NOT be used.
A: You betcha! Keep it tasteful, though. Aunt Betty will be there and you know how Grandpa Marvin doesn’t like it when you use those words…
A: No. Diplomas are mailed during the summer. Instead, at the ceremony, students receive a diploma cover.
A: Epic does not organize a formal senior portrait session at this time.
A: You’re welcome to use any vendor you like, but there are no formal arrangements made with any particular company at this time. There are a great number of sites online you may choose.
A: Not right now, but something tells me that may change.
A: We haven’t confirmed our speaker, but past speakers include Governor Frank Keating, U.S. Representative J.C. Watts, and Governor George Nigh.
A: Probably. But, we plan to keep you updated throughout the year. Save this page in your bookmarks!