Wednesday, May 20th, 6:00 pm
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Arcadia, you are all invited to participate in the First Annual Senior Parade!! Please come out and support our AMAZING senior class!! This is our chance to come together as a community as celebrate these incredible students!!
The parade will be Wednesday, May 20th at 6:00 pm. It will begin and end at Hopi Elementary due to the Arcadia parking lot being unavailable. The parade will begin with our Grand Marshall, Student Body President Charlie Siegel, welcoming everyone with a few words as well as senior Olivia McGinley singing our National Anthem, and Principal Stevens greeting everyone. We will then begin the parade and the route is attached.
If you live along the route, please come out and cheer on our seniors!! Please decorate your yards, play Pomp and Circumstance loud for all the parade to hear, have signs and balloons!! If you do not live along the route, please come and park on the route and watch from the safety of your car or sit on top of your car. Please also consider having signs, banners, and balloons! **Important that we all follow the rules for social distancing in order to make this a success for our seniors!!**
Please follow us on Instagram @ArcadiaSeniorParade2020!! This is where you will hear our Grand Marshall, National Anthem, and our Administration speak prior to the parade, as well as Pomp and Circumstance throughout while we go LIVE!
Join the Program Click Here to be a Mentor or Mentee!
Recent AHS grads have recruited a diverse group of alumni from various post-Arcadia phases of life to be what we all wish we'd had when we were in high school- someone who gets it, who has been there, who understands, and is willing to answer all the questions. This is an entirely free service provided by Arcadia High School alumni volunteers who are looking to help and support current AHS students at this time.
Whether your student is deciding between in-state and out-of-state, making decisions about loans, has questions about greek life, collegiate level sports, the majors they are interested in, or the experience they are looking for after Arcadia, we want to help and connect them to the resources we found helpful.
Meet a Mentor: Mentor Gabby Mills graduated from Arcadia in 2015. At Arcadia she was on the cheer team and part of the NHS. She attended Arizona State University where she studied Biomedical Engineering/Global Health. While at ASU, she was President of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), and worked as an intern at Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGEN). After she graduated from ASU in 2019, she moved to England to pursue a PhD in Chemical Engineering at Cambridge University.
If you have any further questions, please contact the program coordinator, Kathryn Chamberlin '15, at email@example.com or (602) 680-9474
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