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Here is How To Watch the T.C. Williams High School Graduation Ceremony, Saturday, June 13

Alexandria, VA- Mark your calendars! Here is all you need to know to watch the T.C. Williams Graduation! On Saturday morning, June 13, the Class of 2020 will graduate in a virtual ceremony that you will not want to miss. The action begins at 9:30 a.m. View the event program.

Here are all the ways you can watch it. Share the details with your families and friends wherever in the world they may be.

Captions will be provided in English, Spanish and Arabic on the website and on Facebook. For simultaneous audio interpretation in Spanish, Amharic and Arabic, call-in phone numbers will be provided on the website and on Facebook as well. For call-in phone numbers see the main Class of 2020 website.

During the ceremony share your photos of your decorated cap on Twitter and Facebook.

Use the hashtags #TCW2020 and #TitansRising to connect with ACPS. Tag us at @ACPSk12.

Missed it? Or want to watch it over again?
A recording of the ceremony will be available on the Class of 2020 website.

Light-Up Alexandria
Everyone in the city is encouraged to join the celebration in the Light-Up Alexandria event. Show off the Titan colors of red, white and blue on Saturday night for the T.C. Williams Graduation. Don’t forget to illuminate your home. The George Washington Masonic Temple will be lit in honor of our graduates. Stop by and see it (please make sure you observe social distancing).

Look out for the Class of 2020 congratulations in The Zebra, Alexandria Times and Alexandria Gazette in the editions following graduation. 

Your Questions About T.C. Williams Graduation Answered

In their last video Q&A, T.C. Williams High School Principal Peter Balas answered questions about the virtual graduation ceremony for the Class of 2020.

  • How is ACPS honoring the Class of 2020?
  • Who is the Keynote Speaker?
  • How can we watch the ceremony?
  • How can we watch in languages other than English?
  • Will my name be read aloud during the ceremony?
  • How can I interact with and connect with my classmates during the virtual ceremony?
  • If I can’t watch the virtual graduation live on Saturday morning, can I view it another time?

Read the answers to these questions in the Alexandria City Public Schools daily video transcripts, available in English, Spanish, Amharic and Arabic.

Watch the Q&A video or see answers to these questions in the updated FAQ.

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Mary Wadland

Mary Wadland is the Publisher and Editor in Chief of The Zebra Press, founded by her in 2010. Originally from Delray Beach, Florida, Mary is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hollins College in Roanoke, VA and has lived and worked in the Alexandria publishing community since 1987.

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