Since we can't host our traditional Honors Convocation or Senior Breakfast, we are inviting our seniors and their parents to a socially responsible Senior Cruise.
Turn in your district issued Chromebook, library books, text books, and uniforms and pay any owes fees you may have. Stay in your car, we will come to you!
Get your cap and gown, and Graduation passes, plus any Honors, Awards, Certificates, or Scholarships that you have earned or were awarded. Stay in your car, we will come to you!
Your BHS Teachers and staff will cheer as you cruise around the school in your car. We will have several photo stations for you to pop out of your car in your new cap and gown to get some great memories in a picture! You will also pick up your Decision Day sign, fill it out and post it on the BHS front lawn for another photo op!
June 1 - Last Name A-O
June 2 - Last Name P-Z and Make Ups
Buchanan High School wishes the class of 2020 a memorable graduation, a celebration of major life accomplishments, and the beginning of a new era.
All plans are subject to rules and regulations issued by the State of Michigan.
The uniqueness of the situation deserves a unique graduation ceremony! We will be hosting a private, drive-in style graduation ceremony at RedBud MX this year thanks to the amazing support from our community! More details for the event will be coming soon.
Rain Dates - If we need to postpone our event due to rain or high winds we have secured Thursday, June 11 and Friday, June 12 as make up dates.
No other dates will be reserved for this event.
All plans are subject to rules and regulations issued by the State of Michigan and the Berrien County Health Department. This event has been approved by the Berrien County Sheriff Department, as well as Buchanan Township.
Many local Buchanan churches put on a special church service for the graduating class. This is when the graduates are blessed. This is NOT required nor mandatory; however, your community is putting it on for you, you should go. Plus, it is another opportunity to wear your cap and gown. This is a community event. All may attend.
This is a special ceremony. This is when scholarships and awards are granted and acknowledged. The Top Ten, Salutatorian, and Valedictorian are announced. This service is also NOT required or mandatory; however, if you received an invitation from the guidance office, that means you have won something. You should be present to receive it. Again, this is an opportunity to wear your cap and gown. All may attend.