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Important Contact Information

Class of 2018 questions contact

Dr. Tommaney

Billy.Tommaney@misd.org

 

Cap & Gowns or

Grad Announcements

Balfour 832-912-8000

www.balfourgrad.com


 

Panoramic Picture

Goldbeck 800-656-9289


 

Cap & Gown, Prom & Graduation Pictures

Imaginlight 936-756-4443

Info about Cap & Gown Pics for Class of 2019

Graduation 2019

730 Olsen Blvd

College Station, Texas 77843

LIVE STREAM LINK   tx.ag/kamustream(opens external link in new window)

Prepaid parking which is available via ParkMobile at https://tamu.pmreserve.com/(opens external link in new window)

Parking is $5 per vehicle (online prepaid is $6.50)

The date for graduation 2019 has not been set but will take place in Reed Arena on the campus of Texas A&M University.  All dates and times below were for last year's graduation.  New times and dates will be posted when date and time are set.

 

List of prohibited items into REED ARENA click here

(opens PDF document)

Montgomery High School graduation is a special ceremony for our students and community.  Fog horns, cowbells, silly string, beach balls, etc., are NOT appropriate for this kind of ceremony.  We want every parent/relative/friend in the audience to be able to hear their special student’s name being announced and awarded a diploma. 

All graduates must be in the Auxiliary gym (use the stairs by section 118) in Reed Arena no later than 5:15m for line-up and final instructions. (The band, which consists of many seniors, will begin a short rehearsal at 5:00pm) DIPLOMAS will be given to the graduates after graduation.  They will receive them as they procession out of Reed Arena. Reed Arena will open for seating at 5:00 pm. All bags will be search before entering into Reed Arena. There may also be metal detectors at each entrance. 

Pictures

A professional photographer from ImaginLight will be on duty to take pictures of all graduating seniors.  Picture packets will be given to students at the Senior Check out.  The packet with money/check will be collected at the Entrance to Reed Arena before and after graduation.

Picture Order Form click here (opens PDF document) Student receive this at Senior Check out.

DVDs of Graduation

A DVD of graduation and the senior tribute video shown at prom is available for purchase. You may purchase the DVD from MySchoolBucks(opens external link in new window). The price does include the shipping.

Guest Seating

Seating is on a first come basis.  No tickets are issued, as there is ample space available in Reed Arena. Reed Arena will open the doors at 5:30pm for seating. Reservations are NOT available for seating. Please note that friends and family will NOT be allowed to "save seats" prior to the commencement ceremony inside Reed Arena. Handicap seating is on the top 3 rows around the arena.  Each member in party who will need a handicap seat may have one other member sit with them.  Please be respectful and follow this need.  We want all parent/relative/friend to be comfortable and safe.

Cap and Gown Etiquette

Students must be in dress code to participate in graduation ceremony.

Young men are to wear dress slacks a white shirt and a tie.  Shoes and socks must be worn with the gown (no flip-flops, tennis shoes or casual sandals).  Young ladies are to wear dresses, dress shoes and/or dress sandals that compliment the gown. DO NOT BRING A PURSE with you.  Students will not be allowed to walk with nose or lip piercings. When all seniors follow this pattern of dress, the class will look uniform in its caps and gowns, lending the proper dignity to the graduation ceremony.

Wear hats with mortarboard flat.  There are to be NO markings on the mortarboard.  Begin with tassel on the left side, move to right side when told to do so.  Boys will remove mortarboard during National Anthem, prayer and pledge; they will then replace mortarboard on head and fix tassel.  Girls do not remove hats. 

NO corsages, ribbons, pins, etc on gowns are allowed. Only honor cords, honor medals, cords pre-approved by Mr. Eaton, and National Honor Society collars may be worn.

REMEMBER, this is a formal ceremony and we are guests of Reed Arena and are expected to respect their property. During the graduation exercises, mature conduct is expected. Please do not talk during the graduation exercises. The staff has worked hard to make this a dignified occasion, which will be a cherished memory for all participants and guests.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

 All males must sign up for Selective Service upon the 18th birthday.  No federally funded financial aid will be awarded without this being done.

Directions

Reed Arena on Texas A&M University

730 Olsen Blvd

College Station, Texas 77843

Reed Arena is located on the campus of Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.  The arena is situated on the west side of the university campus, just off George Bush Drive on the corner of Olsen and Kimbrough Boulevards. 

From Montgomery, take 105 West; Turn Right onto TX-105 W / TX-6N; Merge onto TX-6 N via the ramp on the left.  Take the TX-6-BR exit on the left toward College Station and merge onto Texas Avenue S/TX-6 BR. N.  Turn left on George Bush Drive / FM 2347 W and right on Olsen.  Approximately 46 miles.

Student Graduation Bus

There will be a school bus to transport any graduate to and/or from Reed Arena, The bus meets on the school bus ramp at 3:45pm. The bus will leave along with the band busses at 4:00pm. If you would like to ride the bus please print out the attached permission form and return to Mrs. Miller's office by Thursday at 12:00 noon. 

Bus Permission Form(opens PDF document)

Parking

Reed Arena recommends to park in Lots 100a, 100b, 100f.

Handicapped parking MUST have handicap parking tag and is in lot 100g. 

All lots require a $5 parking fee per vehicle.

Reed Arena’s parking can be accessed from Kimbrough Boulevard, Chandler drive and Penberthy Street.

Parking Map(opens PDF document)

 

Our Mission

Montgomery Independent School District, with an unyielding commitment to excellence, will provide a premier academic program that recognizes the unique potential of each student and integrates the intellectual, social, cultural and physical aspects of learning.  This program will empower each student to become an eager lifelong learner committed to academic excellence, integrity, responsible citizenship and service to others.

 

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