Cy-Fair ISD officials reschedule proms, graduation for class of 2020

Cy-Fair ISD plans to hold graduation ceremonies in July. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Cy-Fair ISD plans to hold graduation ceremonies in July. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Cy-Fair ISD plans to hold graduation ceremonies in July. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Officials with Cy-Fair ISD announced April 28 a new schedule for senior proms and graduation ceremonies.


High school campuses will be contacting students and parents with additional information regarding times and locations. The following are dates for high school proms:

  • June 12: Cypress Creek High School

  • June 13: Langham Creek High School

  • June 16: Cypress Springs High School

  • June 17: Cypress Ranch High School

  • June 18: Bridgeland High School

  • June 18: Cypress Ridge High School

  • June 19: Cypress Park High School

  • June 20: Cypress Woods High School

  • June 22: Cypress Falls High School

  • June 23: Cy-Fair High School

  • June 24: Cypress Lakes High School

  • June 25: Jersey Village High School


Graduation ceremonies will take place the following month from July 6-11 at the Berry Center, 8877 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress.


  • July 6: Langham Creek (9 a.m.), Cy-Fair (7 p.m.)

  • July 7: Cypress Creek (9 a.m.), Cypress Falls (7 p.m.)

  • July 8: Cypress Lakes (9 a.m.), Cypress Ranch (7 p.m.)

  • July 9: Cypress Ridge (9 a.m.), Cypress Springs (7 p.m.)

  • July 10: Cypress Woods (9 a.m.), Jersey Village (7 p.m.)

  • July 11: Cypress Park (9 a.m.), Bridgeland (7 p.m.)


In the case that state restrictions do not permit large gatherings in July, the district has reserved Aug. 3-8 as an alternative option for ceremonies. Officials said the number of tickets per graduate will be based on state guidelines at the time.
By Danica Smithwick
Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper as a Cy-Fair reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a journalism degree from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She became editor of the Cy-Fair edition in March 2020 and continues to cover education, local government, business, demographic trends, real estate development and nonprofits.


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