June 18, 2022
On Saturday, June 18, 2022, over 400 Prince George high School students celebrated the successful completion of their high school careers during the Class of 2022's commencement ceremony at the school's athletic stadium in front of thousands of friends and family.
Blue skies and comfortable temperatures greeted attendees and graduates for the ceremony. This year's festivities marked the first time since 2019 that all members of the graduating class were able to celebrate their achievements together as a class. In 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the high school hosted a modified ceremony in the auditorium. In 2021, three ceremonies were held at the athletic stadium over two days, bringing some normalcy to an extraordinary time in our community.
MORE PHOTOS: PGCPS on Flickr
Enjoy photographic selections from Saturday's graduation in our gallery below or on the district's Flickr page linked above, captured by Prince George County Public Schools' Coordinator of Communications and Public Relations Michael Campbell.
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"Prince George Class of 2022, we are so proud of you," Division Superintendent Dr. Lisa Pennycuff said. "We are proud to be where you grew up, proud to be your hometown, and very proud of all that you are today and will become in the years ahead. Prince George Royals, you are our newest alumni, and we congratulate you."
Prince George County Public Schools congratulates Prince George High School's Class of 2022 and wishes them the best as they embark on their next adventures.
We thank Prince George High School's team, the district's support services departments, local first responders, volunteers, and everyone who made this year's graduation the successful event it was for our students, families, and community.