Top 10 Things
About Project Graduation
Top 10 Things to Know About ABRHS Project Graduation 2022
Project Graduation is an all-night, substance-free event exclusively for Acton-Boxborough seniors held at Acton-Boxborough Regional High School (ABRHS). The goal is to keep our teens safe and include the entire graduating class in one final celebration!
Project Graduation 22 (“PG22”) is on graduation night, Friday, June 03-04 from 10 pm to 5 am. Check-in is between 9:30 and 11 pm in the ABRHS Auditorium, doors open at 10 pm.
PG20 tickets are $20 per student until May 27 and will be sold online at www.abprojectgrad.org. After May 27th the ticket price will be $25. Tickets will also be sold at the ABRHS Auditorium door on June 4th. If you purchase your ticket by May 27th your name will be entered in a raffle for a $100 Amazon gift card.
What's in store? Food, games, karaoke, casino, crafts, dodgeball tournament, temporary tattoos, caricatures, a mechanical bull and more! Also tons of prizes and scholarships! We will end the evening with a game show and hypnotist!
Graduates, regardless of age, may NOT leave Project Graduation early without permission and transportation by a parent/guardian. We ask that all parents/guardians be available by phone from 10 pm to 5 am in case of emergency.
While Project Graduation is not a school-sponsored event, school rules still apply. Graduates are expected to be respectful to volunteers staffing the event, to their fellow graduates, and to school property.
IMPORTANT: A signed waiver is required to ride the mechanical bull. Students 18+ may sign it themselves; otherwise it must be signed by a parent/guardian (complete waiver on reverse side and bring to event).
All you need to bring is an ID; $25 if you haven't prepaid; signed waiver for the mechanical bull, your phone, a sweatshirt because it’s cold in the school, and your yearbook. Graduates must check their bags and belongings upon arrival. Access to belongings is available throughout the night, supervised by event volunteers.
No outside food or drink permitted; plenty will be provided.
The general public is invited to come see the transformed halls at the high school from 8 to 9 pm on June 4th.