Graduation 2023

Many of our graduation ceremonies are livestreamed for families members to watch who can't make it in person. Links will be added as we get closer to the events.


Thursday, June 8

Friday, June 9

Information related to specific graduation ceremonies should be addressed by the individual school. Please reach out to the school's main office with questions.

Graduations at the Toyota Center

The Toyota Center has several policies in place that families will need to follow when attending graduation.

  • Clear bag policy: The Toyota Center has a clear bag policy. Clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC bags that do not exceed 12″ x 6″ x 12″ are allowed. Small clutches that do not exceed 4.5” x 6.5” are allowed in arena.
  • No Re-Entry: If you exit the building you will not be allowed to re-enter.
  • Smoking: Toyota Center is a smoke-free facility, including vape pens and e-cigs.
  • Food/Beverages: No outside food or beverage allowed.
  • No Weapons allowed.

Senior Stories

Here are just a few of the unique stories behind each of our seniors' journeys to graduation.


Graduates in the Class of 2023

Five Richland School District students have been named 2023 National Merit Finalists! 

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Graduates named valedictorians

Richland High School’s Isabel Therson was awarded a $2,500 scholarship sponsored by Tyson Foods at the HAAP ceremony. 

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Emily Erickson won the Washington State School Directors' Association Award for her charcoal drawing "Resonance.



Graduates entering military service or a military academy

Ourania-Maria Glezakou-Elbert earned a first place trophy at the 66th Annual Washington State Science & Engineering Fair.


Graduates earning the Seal of Biliteracy