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Support Class of 2017's Project Graduation through donations, volunteerism

A free event for the Class of 2017 graduating seniors

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Each spring, more than one thousand Broken Arrow Tigers travel across the stage in front of their peers, teachers, family and friends to receive their high school diploma. While this commencement marks the end of their high school career, it also marks the beginning of their journey beyond BA. It is cause for great celebration, and for more than 20 years, Broken Arrow Public Schools has partnered with organizations and businesses throughout the community to honor our seniors with one last celebration together – Project Graduation.

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Project Graduation is a lock-in party with food, friends, games, activities and memories to last a lifetime. This free event for all graduating seniors allows them to celebrate with their classmates in an environment that is supervised, safe and FUN.

Project Graduation 2017 will take place at the Broken Arrow High School (BAHS) main lobby on Monday, May 15-16, 2017, beginning at 11 p.m. and ending at 4 a.m.

Consider partnering with Project Graduation! Sponsorship opportunities are available, and donations of any size are greatly appreciated. You can also become involved as a volunteer or donate items to the event – such as food, drinks or prizes. Your support will help fund Project Graduation to ensure that more than 1,100 students will experience the celebration of a lifetime and their families may take comfort knowing that their children remain safe while celebrating.

For more information, please contact BAHS Director of Student Life and Activities Jason Jedamski at jjedamski@baschools.org or by calling the Student Activities Office at to 918-259-4310.


Once you have submitted the online form, a member of the BAHS Project Graduation Steering Committee will contact you to schedule your volunteer shift.