Information about Graduation and Events.
Graduation will be held at DAR Constitution Hall, 18th and D Streets, NW, Washington, DC, on Monday, June 3rd at 10:00 a.m. For directions and a map, please check the website: http://www.dar.org.
Participation in the commencement exercises is a privilege and as such comes with certain expectations. Among these expectations are:
- Seniors must have met all academic requirements for graduation.
- Seniors must have settled all accounts with the Finance Office. This includes all school fees, fines, Senior dues, and obligations, including parking tickets.
- Seniors must attend all graduation rehearsals.
- As a reminder, all participation is contingent on adherence to the Students Rights and Responsibilities (SR&R) and all school rules.
- Seniors your prom is May 18 which will be a wonderful event. Should a senior come to the prom under the influence of alcohol or other illegal drugs this would result in the individual not being allowed to walk for graduation.
Due to limited seating at Constitution Hall, each graduate will receive six (6) guest tickets. Graduates do not need a ticket. Tickets will be distributed at the rehearsal. Should you need special seating for someone disabled, please contact Nancy Schultz at 703-287-2830 to arrange for special accommodations. Each disabled guest will need a ticket that will count toward the six-ticket (6) limit.
We realize that some graduates may need more than six (6) guest tickets, while others may need fewer tickets. Therefore, we request your cooperation in working together to balance the requirements for seats among the families of the Langley community. If you need an extra ticket or if you have a ticket to spare, please contact your friends and neighbors or consult the Langley Student Directory for the names of other graduates. Extra tickets will not be made available through Langley High School. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
All guests must have a ticket to enter Constitution Hall, which will open at 9:30 a.m. for everyone including those on the disabled list. The ceremony will begin at 10:00 a.m. Guests arriving after the ceremony has begun will not be allowed to enter until after the processional. Parking is available at: Colonial Parking, located at 1800 G Street, NW; and, Diplomat Parking, located at 1776 G Street, NW.
Everyone’s cooperation is needed to assure a dignified ceremony. Each graduate deserves the same respect. Therefore, caps and gowns must be free of messages, and students may not bring cell phones, noisemakers, beach balls, or other objects that might diminish this very important event. Security will immediately escort violators from the ceremony.
Male Graduates (green robes)
White or light dress shirt with tie Khaki or dark slacks (no shorts) Dress shoes (no boots or sandals) No sneakers, flip-flops, or T-Shirts
Female Graduates (green robes)
Dress or slacks under gown Caps and Dress shoes No sneakers, flip-flops, or T-Shirts
Gowns will be distributed at graduation rehearsal. ALL financial obligations including parking fines, outstanding senior class dues, etc. MUST BE CLEARED in order to receive your cap and gown and graduation tickets. Please check all lists posted in the Main Office and submit your check or items to the Main Office ASAP.
Transportation for Graduates
All graduation participants are required to ride the bus from Langley to DAR Constitution Hall on June 3. Specific information will be posted at a later date. This is a one-way trip; transportation back to Langley is not provided.
Senior DVD and Photographs (Subject to Change)
A professional videographer will tape the graduation ceremony in its entirety. A DVD or Blu-Ray Disc may be ordered directly from the videographer for $25.00 and will be mailed to your home. Check here or in the Main Office for order forms. (Class of 2019 order forms are pending)
A professional photographer will photograph each graduate as he/she receives his/her diploma. Each graduate will be contacted by the photographer for ordering photos online. Parent photographers must remain in their seats; the use of tripods is not permitted.