Dave and Buster's
June 4, 2017
Midnight to 5:00 am
What is Project Graduation and Why is it Important?
Project Graduation was established more than 20 years ago in a small community in Maine after 18 graduates died in car-related accidents over the course of just a few years. Since its inception, the program has been adopted by high schools throughout the country. PG provides a safe alternative to party hopping, keeping students off the road on a night that carries chilling statistics in terms of car accidents. This all night event allows parents to rest easy knowing that their graduate is celebrating safely.
The PG Committee at CLHS is comprised of parents of CLHS seniors, all of whom volunteer to raise funds for the event. Proceeds from the fundraising help to provide food, entertainment and prizes that motivate the students to attend and stay throughout the night, thus keeping them safe and off the roads.
The success of Project Graduation relies not only on the volunteer efforts of many but also to the countless businesses and families in the community who make a difference by financially supporting the fundraising activities. We are currently seeking donations and volunteers for the event and would greatly appreciate your participation. Your contribution is invaluable to our effort.
Would you like to donate to Project Graduation? We accept donations through PayPal. Click here to donate.
For additional questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 832.830.6110
We understand the disappointment over the lack of memorial bricks this year. Due to the construction at Clear Lake High School, no memorial bricks will be sold until the construction is complete and a plan for memorial bricks is in place. If you would like to be notified when CLHS organizations will again be able to sell memorial bricks please complete this sign up form. (The information collected on this form will ONLY be used to notify those who sign up when memorial bricks are once again available.)