Updated 2016 Graduation Dates and Times


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Congratulations to all the high school graduates. Here are graduation times and dates for local schools.

Due to the threat of rain, several schools have chosen to change either the location or time for their Class of 2016 commencement ceremony. Below is an updated list.

Please note: As of May 19 at 12 p.m., Summit High School had yet to determine if it would change the date or location for its ceremony.

Battle Ground Academy  Saturday May 15, 5:00 at Cherry Sports Center, Upper School Gym

Father Ryan High School Sunday May 15 at noon at school

Benton Hall Academy Thursday, May 19 7p-8p at school

Currey Ingram Academy Thursday, May 19 5p at scool

Fairview Friday, May 20 7 p.m. Fairview Gymnasium

Renaissance Friday, May 20 7 p.m. Church of the City, Franklin

Summit Friday, May 20 7 p.m. Summit Football Field

Independence High School Saturday, May 21st at 11:00 a.m. Gates will open at 9:00 a.m. at the football field

Page Friday, May 20 7 p.m. Page Gymnasium

Franklin Classical School Saturday, May 21 10a at 408 Church St, Franklin

Ravenwood Saturday, May 21 10 a.m. Belmont University – Curb Center

Franklin Saturday, May 21 2 p.m. David Lipscomb University – Allen Arena

Brentwood Saturday, May 21 6 p.m. David Lipscomb University – Allen Arena

Centennial Sunday, May 22 2 p.m. David Lipscomb University – Allen Arena

Grace Christian Academy Sunday May 22 4-6 in school sanctuary

Franklin Christian Academy Saturday May 28 2p-3p at Christ Community Church, 1215 Hillsboro Road, Franklin

Franklin Road Academy Sunday, May 29 3:00pm at Brentwood UMC

Christ Presbyterian Academy  Sunday May 29, 4:00 in school sanctuary

Brentwood Academy Monday, May 30 10:30-12:30 at the school

Spring Hill High Friday, May 20 7 p.m. in the school gym

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