A virtual ceremony is an event hosted online that will include the traditional formal commencement remarks along with digital slides that announce and honor each graduate.
Graduating students will be emailed a commencement participation link that will also be shared on our website on the commencement page.
Participation in the commencement ceremony is optional. As long as a student has completed their studies, a diploma will be mailed out.
Yes! We encourage you to share the link with your family and friends so they can celebrate this incredible achievement with you.
The virtual commencement will be pre-recorded.
Yes, you can watch the virtual ceremony at any time that is convenient for you and your family and friends.
Yes, students will have the option to attend the next in-person commencement ceremony. Unfortunately, due to the uncertainty of the pandemic, we have not scheduled an in-person commencement at this time. Depending on the county health guidelines, we hope to have a combined in-person ceremony celebrating the classes of 2020, 2021 and 2022 in the spring of 2022.
Yes, the program will be made available one day before the ceremony.
Professional ceremony photos will be taken in the studio at Ultimate Exposures. For more information, contact Ultimate Exposures by phone (818) 781-9530, or visit their webpage www.ultimateexposures.com.
Yes, please visit Jostens:
No, the cap and gowns are already paid for. Jostens will mail your cap and gown to your address on file.
Please visit: www.pridesash.com/woodbury. This will take you directly to the dedicated link for Woodbury students.
Diplomas are mailed out in mid-to-late August through standard USPS delivery. The receipt of your diploma will depend on the location of your mailing address.
Please email your name, current address, city, state, and zip code to email@example.com. Upon receiving your information, the cover will be mailed to the address you provided.
Please send questions via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Updated on March 23, 2021.