NPHS Class of 2023 Senior Source!

#1-March 1, 2023

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Let's Get This Party Started!

To the Seniors & Families of the Class of 2023:

As we begin ramping up activities, recognitions and celebrations for the Class of 2023, we are introducing our Senior Source newsletter! This will keep students, parents, and staff updated on all Senior Activities & Events throughout the remainder of the school year.

I believe we have a little less that 70 school days until Graduation, and they will fly by. Seniors make the most of these final months. Participate in the fun activities planned, enjoy your classes, make good decisions and keep working hard until you cross that finish line.

Please make sure to review the information below as a family. Keep an eye out for future Senior Source newsletters, as we will be sending them regularly to make sure you have the up to the minute info. Also, follow the Class of 2023 on Instagram @nphs.23 and bookmark Senior Information on the NPHS website. . As always, we are here to answer any questions you might have. Do not hesitate to reach out to me or our AP of Activities, Carly Adams.

We Are Better Together!

Mr. Lepire

March 28th Lawn Signs & Jostens Distribution

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ALL SENIORS should come by the Gym on Tuesday, March 28th during lunch (12:05pm) to pickup a free lawn sign. Every senior gets one sign with their ID.

If you purchased or rented a cap and gown unit and/or announcements by Feb. 1st, 2023, those items will be available for pick up in the Gym on Tuesday, March 28th during lunch (12:05pm) as well.

Class of 2023 Upcoming Events

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To attend Senior Picnic and/or Grad Night, every senior must complete their Senior Contract and a permission form before purchasing a ticket. Please make sure that you have completed this form by Monday, March 13, 2023.


Grad Nite Ticket Sales 3/13-3/24

Grad Nite is at Magic Mountain on Friday, June 9th at 7pm-Saturday, June 10th 5am. Students MUST ride the bus. Students should buy their tickets at the same time as their friends to ensure that they are on the bus together. Every student is given a free meal, a Magic Mountain Grad season pass, and a 2023 grad souvenir.

Ticket Sales at the Student Store at Lunch Only and Online at the Student Store Website

  • Mon. 3/13-Fri. 3/17 $130
  • Mon. 4/20-Fri. 3/24 $140

Sales end at 2:15 on Fri. 3/24. All Sales Final and there are no refunds. NO tickets can be sold after March 24th, so make sure you buy them in time!!!

*6 Flags Season Passes are NOT accepted. This is a special event and a ticket must be purchased with the school and student must attend with the school.

Senior Picnic Ticket Sales 4/24-5/5

Senior Picnic is at Calamigos Ranch in Malibu on Wednesday, June 7th from 11am-3:30pm. Students MUST ride the bus to and from picnic so they will need to be at NPHS by 9:30 to load busses. Students will be provided lunch, drinks, and dessert. They will have an opportunity to play games, ride paddle boats, and more.

Ticket Sales at the Student Store at Lunch Only and Online at the Student Store Website

  • Mon. 4/24-Fri. 4/28 $20
  • Mon. 5/1-Fri. 5/5 $30

Sales end at 2:15 on Fri. 5/5. All Sales Final and there are no refunds. NO tickets can be sold after May 5th, so make sure you buy them in time!!!

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Join Us For A Night of Dancing & Fun at the Vineyards!

Prom Tickets go on sale March 27th in the Student Store. Tickets can be purchased at lunch only with cash or check, or online at the Student Store Website. All Guest Pass Tickets need to be purchased at lunch in the Student Store with a completed Guest Pass. Please review all dance rules in the student handbook. All Tickets must be purchased by 2:15pm on Friday April 21st. All sales are final. There will be no refunds and no sales after the deadline.

Class of 2023 Slideshow

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Class of 23 Senior Slideshow Submissions

Pictures must be school appropriate! You can submit up to 3 photos, and include the names of students in each photo so that we can make sure everyone is included.


Graduation Ceremony

We are having an in-person Graduation on Friday, June 16th at 5pm. Each graduate will need to attend Grad Practices on Wednesday, June 14th & Thursday, June 15th from 8am-12pm. These practices are mandatory to ensure that the graduation ceremony runs smoothly. If you have any conflict, you will need to contact Mr. Lepire ahead of time. Those who don't attend, and have not been excused, will not be allowed to participate in the ceremony.

The ceremony will be live streamed, and a link will be provided closer to the event.

Tickets: All graduates will receive 2 free tickets for the ceremony, and have the option to purchase up to 8 more tickets for $10 a piece, allowing up to 10 total guests per graduate. Tickets will be available to purchase online only beginning Monday, May 1st from the NPHS Student Store, and ticket sales will end on Friday, June 2nd. No tickets will be sold after that date, so be sure to get your tickets on time.

Handicapped Seating: Seniors, if anyone in your family attending the graduation ceremony will require handicapped seating. A request form will be made available by May 1st. Continue to look out for new Senior Sources for that information.

Graduation Attire & Regalia

At NPHS each graduate is to wear a black graduation gown, cap, a 2023 tassel, and a 2023 NPHS Class Stole to the graduation ceremony. Individual students may receive specific academic recognition stoles/cords/pins for accomplishments they have made at NPHS. Those students will be recognized at the Senior Recognition Night on June 6th, and they will receive their regalia there.

Our CVUSD Board Policy states that any graduating student who has completed basic training and is an active member of any branch of the United States Armed Forces may, at the student's option, wear a military dress uniform at the ceremony (Education Code 35183.3). Any student who has officially enlisted shall be permitted to wear a recognized object provided by any branch of the United States Armed Forces.

Students shall be permitted to wear tribal regalia or recognized objects of religious or cultural significance as an adornment to the customary ceremonial attire, as long as the adornment does not cause a substantial disruption of, or material interference with, the graduation ceremony (Education Code 35183.1). “Adornment” means something attached to, or worn with, but not replacing, the cap and gown customarily worn at school graduation ceremonies. “Cultural” means recognized practices and traditions of a certain group of people.

Students are not permitted to decorate their caps, or have any other adornments without prior administrative approval. Students who desire to wear military dress or any cultural/religious adornments shall notify the school principal at least 14 days before the graduation (May 30) for approval.

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