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WCPS to graduate 1,100+ students

Next week, Wayne County Public Schools (WCPS) non-traditional academic calendar high schools will kick off the school district’s graduation season. Over the next four weeks, WCPS high schools will graduate more than 1,100 seniors. 


Non-Traditional Academic Schools





Wayne School of Engineering

May 25 at 6 PM

GHS Auditorium

Wayne Early/Middle College High School

May 26 at 6 PM

Maxwell Center

Goldsboro High

May 27 at 9 AM

Cougar Stadium

Traditional Academic Schools

Charles B. Aycock High

June 10 at 10 AM

Hardy Talton Athletic Field

Rosewood High

June 10 at 7 PM

Branch Pope Football Field

Eastern Wayne High

June 11 at 9 AM

Warrior Football Stadium

Spring Creek High

June 11, 10 AM

UMO Kornegay Arena

Southern Wayne High

June 14 at 10 AM

UMO Kornegay Arena

School district leaders congratulate the Graduating Class of 2022.
“Graduates have faced and overcome some extraordinary challenges during their high school career,” states Dr. David Lewis, WCPS superintendent. “While learning the traditional academic content, graduates also learned life-lessons in perseverance and determination as they navigated school in the middle of a global pandemic. As a result, this year's graduates are better prepared for their future academic and workforce pursuits, and are better equipped to meet adversity head on to overcome any obstacles they may encounter along the way. We wish each of them a rewarding future ahead!”

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