Your guide to attending Tomball, Magnolia ISD graduation ceremonies in 2019

Tomball and Magnolia ISD seniors will graduate during the next two weekends.

Tomball and Magnolia ISD seniors will graduate during the next two weekends.

Sounds of the graduation march song "Pomp and Circumstance" will soon be playing for the 2019 graduating class. Magnolia ISD seniors will cross the stage May 25, while Tomball ISD seniors will graduate June 1.

Both ceremonies will take place at Reed Arena on the Texas A&M University campus, located at 730 Olsen Blvd., College Station.

Tickets are not required for entry. Seating is first come, first served, and reserving rows for other guests is not permitted.

Approximately 1,500 parking spaces are available on-site, including 26 handicap-accessible spaces; however, there are numerous parking garages and surface lots near Reed Arena as well. Parking in one of the designated event lots will cost $5 per car.

Click here to see the parking map for both TISD and MISD ceremonies.

KAMU will livestream each graduation here.

The schedule of events for each campus is listed below.

Magnolia ISD

Graduates should arrive at Reed Arena one hour prior to graduation. Doors will open within an hour of the ceremony's scheduled start time.

Magnolia High School
May 25
3 p.m.

Magnolia West High School
May 25
6 p.m.

Tomball ISD

Seniors should arrive 45 minutes prior to the scheduled graduation start time. Doors will open one hour before the ceremony begins.

Tomball High School
June 1
10 a.m.

Tomball Memorial High School
June 1
1:30 p.m.
By Kara McIntyre
Kara started with Community Impact Newspaper as the summer intern for the south Houston office in June 2018 after graduating with a bachelor's degree in mass communication from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas. She became the reporter for north Houston's Tomball/Magnolia edition in September 2018, moving to Alpharetta in January 2020 after a promotion to be the editor of the Alpharetta/Milton edition, which is Community Impact's first market in Georgia.


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