High school seniors have missed many milestones because of the pandemic, but this year walking the stage at graduation in front of as many family and friends who want to attend will not be one of them for most of the El Paso Independent School District Class of 2021.

Unlike last year, when graduates were only allowed two guests, EPISD will not be limiting capacity at ceremonies being held at the Bowie High School stadium.

That is according to a response by Official El Paso Independent School District to an inquiry on the district’s Facebook.

All of the 2021 graduation ceremonies will be held outdoors this year, most at Bowie’s football stadium. El Paso High School will hold its graduation in its own stadium as has been its long-time tradition. Tiger grads, however, are being asked to limit their guests to no more than six.

As far as masking, the El Paso Independent School District's current policy is all students, staff and visitors wear face masks whenever they are in a District school or facility.

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EPISD 2021 Graduation Schedule

June 15:
9 a.m. TransMountain Early College High School
7 p.m. El Paso High, Jones Stadium

June 16:
9 a.m. College Career Technology Academy
7 p.m. Chapin

June 17:
9 a.m. Irvin
7 p.m. Austin

June 18:
9 a.m. Burges
7 p.m. Andress

June 19:
9 a.m. Franklin
7 p.m. Coronado

June 21:
9 a.m. Jefferson/Silva
7 p.m. Bowie

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