2020 Chicago High School Grad Jayla Wheeler Has Never Visited Davidson College Campus, But Is Thrilled To Go On Full ScholarshipJayla Wheeler is a 2020 high school graduate from Chicago’s South Side who is starting at a top college in the fall. Wheeler has never even visited the campus. But the honor student has an offer she cannot refuse.
Oprah Winfrey, Miguel Cervantes On Hand For 'For Chicago, By Chicago' Virtual Celebration Of Class Of 2020From socially distant high school performances to theatre megastars, a who’s who of notable names in Chicago joined in Sunday to salute the city’s 2020 graduates.
CBS 2 To Air Virtual 'Graduation 2020 For Chicago By Chicago' Sunday“Completing high school is a momentous occasion and while this year’s graduation ceremony might not be what they expected, this is an opportunity to send our students off in style.”
Chicago Hosts Virtual Citywide Graduation June 14, Oprah To Deliver Commencement AddressThe mayor is asking all Chicago graduating seniors to submit a “grad walk” video of their own graduation walk for a chance to appear in the virtual celebration. All seniors can upload their walk videos at the Chicago Grad 2020 website.
Sweet Treat Offer For Graduating SeniorsThat can be done in a variety of ways, including a cap and gown or any Class of 2020 apparel, class ring, or graduation announcement.
With COVID-19 Restrictctions, Evanston School Honors Its Grads With Signs, Special Messages"It's such a rough way to end high school for them. This is an emotional time, and anything I can do to connect with students means the world to me."
City Of Chicago To Hold Virtual Commencement Ceremony For All Graduating High School Seniors; Oprah Winfrey To Deliver AddressOprah Winfrey will be delivering a virtual commencement address for all 2020 high school seniors in Chicago, as the coronavirus precludes them from having a traditional graduation, the Mayor’s office announced Thursday.
Stevenson High School Senior Raising Money For Lurie Children's Hospital With 2020 Class T-ShirtsSenior year is looking so different for kids all over the country, but one local Stevenson High School senior is using this time to give back.