Weatherford High School

Seniors- Class of 2021 Information

WHS Graduation

  • Graduation – May 22, 2021 at 8:00PM at Kangaroo Stadium
    • We will be providing a minimum of 10 tickets per senior. Please communicate with front office if additional tickets are needed.
    • We will also be live streaming the graduation for those family and friends who may not be able to attend.
    • Students still needing to order a cap and gown can contact Herff Jones @


WHS Senior Prom

  • Senior Prom – May 8th at Weatherford High School --A Night Under the Stars
    • Red Carpet – Starts at 7:30PM, Prom ends at 12:00AM.
    • Tickets can be purchased in main office at WHS until April 22nd. Price is $150 per ticket.

Project Prom - Safe After-Prom Party

  • Project Prom-Safe-After Prom Party (Parent led committee) @ Urban Air Weatherford
    • 12:30AM-6:00 AM after Prom (all must enter by 1:15; after that doors are shut and locked)
    • Must sign-up ahead of time (link was sent to all seniors and parents via email)
    • Cost: FREE! Door Prizes will be given and 2 scholarships drawn for WHS Seniors in attendance
Important Information for Seniors

*Check your credits for graduation.

*Double-check your schedule for appropriate classes for college.

*Write to colleges that interest you to request catalogs, applications, housing and financial

aid information.

*Familiarize yourself with the admissions process for each college you are considering.

*Decide on housing. Read the application material carefully to learn about application

procedures. Adhere to deadlines. Housing is in short supply on many campuses.

*Visit college campuses. Contact the college directly to see about College Days

or College Weekends offered by many schools.

*Begin looking for scholarships that apply to you. Note deadlines.

*Register for the SAT/ACT (with optional essay)

*Be aware of Early Decision/Early Admission deadlines.


*Develop an Application Checklist to keep track of college application deadlines, tests, recommendations, and essays required, housing deadlines, etc.

*Continue applying for scholarships. Check with your counselor. Be aware of deadlines!

*Complete applications for colleges with a December deadline. Request transcripts.

*Take SAT/ACT (with optional essay)

*If it is necessary, apply for housing if you haven't done so already.

*Request recommendations from appropriate persons. Give them adequate time to do this

since they may be working with several students' requests.

*Continue working on college and scholarship essays.

*Visit with college representatives or military recruiters who visit your school or


*Visit the college fair

* October 1st--Start working on your FAFSA for student financial aid at


*Complete college applications with a December or early January deadline by the first week in December.

*Review finances with your parents. If financial assistance is needed, assemble necessary records to complete the financial aid forms.

*Because of Christmas break, it is important to request transcripts and letters of recommendation needed for scholarships, college applications and financial aid forms with December and early January deadlines before school dismisses for the holidays. 

* College applications need to be completed. Visit
* Complete FAFSA if not already done, for student financial aid at
* Continue applying for scholarships
* Order cap, gown, and invitations from Herff-Jones.
Herff-Jones will be working with our families this year on graduation invitations, cap, and gown. Herff-Jones will be sending reminders through email about ordering items. To order caps and gowns, please see the following link:
*Graduation invitations arrive
*Check your college website weekly to make sure all necessary documents have been received
* Cap and gowns arrive 
* STAAR testing
AP Testing
* Prom
* CTE Awards Ceremony  
* Honors Banquet  
* Baccalaureate  
* Senior Awards Ceremony/Senior Walk/Senior Picnic 
* Graduation 
For information to help pay with college, check out this great resource!  Sallie Mae