The Woodlands-area Conroe ISD seniors celebrate graduation

The Woodlands High School marked its 2020 commencement across two ceremonies June 2. (Courtesy Conroe ISD)
The Woodlands High School marked its 2020 commencement across two ceremonies June 2. (Courtesy Conroe ISD)

The Woodlands High School marked its 2020 commencement across two ceremonies June 2. (Courtesy Conroe ISD)

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The Woodlands High School marked its 2020 commencement across two ceremonies June 2. (Courtesy Conroe ISD)
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Oak Ridge High School marked its 2020 commencement across two ceremonies June 3. (Courtesy Conroe ISD)
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Oak Ridge High School marked its 2020 commencement across two ceremonies June 3. (Courtesy Conroe ISD)
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The Woodlands College Park High School marked its 2020 commencement across two ceremonies June 5. (Courtesy Conroe ISD)
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The Woodlands College Park High School marked its 2020 commencement across two ceremonies June 5. (Courtesy Conroe ISD)
Hundreds of The Woodlands-area Conroe ISD students in the class of 2020 marked their graduations across several ceremonies during the week of June 1.

The district's commencement events were initially planned for the week of May 21 at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion and were later rescheduled for June 1-5 at Woodforest Bank Stadium. The Woodlands High School graduated its class across two ceremonies June 2, followed by two Oak Ridge High School ceremonies June 3 and two The Woodlands College Park ceremonies June 5.


Caney Creek High School graduated its class of 2020 on June 1, and Conroe High School's ceremonies were held June 4.

The ceremonies were held with social distancing restrictions in place, providing 6 feet of space between each ticketed family group in the stadium seats and on the field for graduating students. Attendees were also screened for potential signs of COVID-19 infection.

Full recordings of each school's ceremonies are available to view on the district's YouTube page.
By Ben Thompson
Ben joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2019 as a reporter for The Woodlands area and began working as Austin's City Hall reporter in April 2021.