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Graduation and Commencement Video

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Godfather Films produces graduation, training, public relations, risk management and special event films for Perris Unified High School District, Corona Norco Unified School District, California Baptist University, La Sierra University and the University of Redlands. 800.495.5530

  1. La Sierra University Commencement Drive-Through Graduation 2021 Riverside California

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    La Sierra University Commencement 2021 Drive-Thru Graduation 2021 Riverside California
    Sunday, June 13, 2021
    Drive-Through Ceremony
    One car per student's family

    8 a.m. - 9 a.m. – Divinity School, and School of Education
    9 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. – Zapara School of Business
    10:30 a.m. - Noon – College of Arts & Sciences

    Riverside’s La Sierra University celebrated its Class of 2021 on Sunday, June 13, by hosting a graduation event on campus.

    The Class of 2021 included 505 graduates, according to the university. Of those, 306 graduates were expected to participate in the drive-thru graduation ceremony, the university’s second since the coronavirus pandemic began.

    “That our students, in particular our seniors, have stayed the course and completed their classes, homework, major projects and exams under such conditions is nothing short of a miracle,” La Sierra University Provost April Summitt said in a news release. “We want to honor and celebrate our graduates and rejoice with them as they head off into a future with a bright horizon.”

    The event included the opportunity for students to cross a stage and receive their diplomas. Some members of the Class of 2020 were also expected to participate Sunday, as last year’s ceremony did not include the formal conferring of degrees ceremony. Family and friends remained in their vehicles to watch.
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  2. 2021 Canyon Springs High School PM Graduation Commencement MVUSD Moreno Valley Riverside County

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    CSHS Mission Statement
    The mission of Canyon Springs High School is to cultivate lifelong learners in supportive and challenging educational environments which promote the development of the skills necessary to empower students in post-secondary education and/or viable careers paths.

    CSHS Vision Statement
    The Canyon Springs High School Community is dedicated to ensuring that our students display integrity, act responsibly, collaborate effectively, think critically, and demonstrate strength of character. Our Cougar values will develop high school graduates who are thoroughly prepared to become civic-minded, responsible global citizens.

    MVUSD Mission Statement
    We will provide an equitable education for all students to be prepared for college and/or a viable career path for a successful life.

  3. 2021 Perris High School Commencement Graduation PUHSD

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    CORE VALUES
    We have decided on 5 core values that we believe are the basic elements of how we go about our work (as a student or staff members) at Perris High School. These core values are: Perseverance, Relationships, Integrity, Direction and Empathy because we have Panther P.R.I.D.E. Students and staff can vote for the winner of each core value three times this school year.

    Perseverance
    Mental toughness and courage

    Relationships
    Works well with others in an effort to achieve something

    Integrity
    Honesty and being accountable for your actions

    Determination
    Setting a goal and taking a step toward that goal each day with passion

    Empathy
    Understands and shares another person's experiences, thoughts and emotions without having the feelings, thoughts, and experience fully communicated

  4. NuView Bridge Early College High School Commencement 2021 Graduation Ramona Bowl

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    NuView Bridge Early College High School
    Commencement 2021 Graduation Ramona Bowl - Live Stream YouTube

    Welcome to NBECHS!

    Imagine a high school where academics, accountability, attitude, and perseverance are rewarded. Respect, diversity, and sense of self are valued, and students are taught the benefits of hard work, family and community. Success at NBECHS is limited only by a student’s ability to dream, dare, accept responsibility, and become dedicated to a goal. Our students are empowered to design and seek a high school education that answers their needs and provides a means to reach the goals they have set for themselves. For NBECHS students college is not a far away possibility it is an immediate reality.

    NBECHS is a free public-charter high school serving students in grades 9-12. We are a school of choice and all students are encouraged to enroll. Our educational program combines an award-winning highly rigorous high school experience with college opportunities through our college partners Moreno Valley College and Mt. San Jacinto College. NBECHS is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. We have been recognized by Newsweek Magazine for the last 2 years as one of the Top 500 High Schools in America. In 2016 we are rated #284 up from #466 in 2015 and we were also recognized as one of the Top 20 High Schools in the US "Beating the Odds" in the lives of Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Families, up from #69 for 2015. Riverside County recognized NBECHS as a "Model School of Excellence and Innovation" as well.

    Academic excellence is only a part of the picture, parents and students recognize that NBECHS's real strength comes from the supportive family-like atmosphere felt throughout the school. NBECHS students work hard but they play hard as well. We take a school-wide field trip at the beginning of each year to cement our family. We offer a first-rate athletics program, dances, clubs, drama and band, and even academic competitions such as Mock Trial. An NBECHS students must exhibit exceptional drive. They must be prepared to work hard and sacrifice for their education and they must be prepared to become a part of "one of the most family-like and safe environments" in any high school anywhere. We are working to meet the needs of average first-in-family, and other underrepresented college bound students.

    If NBECHS sounds like a good fit for you please see our admissions and enrollment requirements for full details on how you can become a part of our school.

    School Motto: Small, Mighty, Proud!

    School Colors: Royal Blue & Silver

    School Mascot: Knight

    Mascot’s Name: Sir Academaeica

    Alma Mater:

    Oh we praise our alma mater,
    Oh we praise Nuview Bridge High.
    The knights are marching forward,
    And our hearts are filled with pride.
    We will all remember,
    Our days and friendships here,
    Our hopes, our dreams, and memories,
    Will sustain us through the years.

  5. 2021 Canyon Springs High School AM Graduation Commencement MVUSD Moreno Valley Riverside County

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    CSHS Mission Statement
    The mission of Canyon Springs High School is to cultivate lifelong learners in supportive and challenging educational environments which promote the development of the skills necessary to empower students in post-secondary education and/or viable careers paths.

    CSHS Vision Statement
    The Canyon Springs High School Community is dedicated to ensuring that our students display integrity, act responsibly, collaborate effectively, think critically, and demonstrate strength of character. Our Cougar values will develop high school graduates who are thoroughly prepared to become civic-minded, responsible global citizens.

    MVUSD Mission Statement
    We will provide an equitable education for all students to be prepared for college and/or a viable career path for a successful life.

  6. Valley View High School 2021 PM Graduation - Commencement in Moreno Valley

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    Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year. Our theme is, “Lift to Rise,” we are proud of our tradition of Excellence since 1992. We recognize our vital role in the community and it is our mission to educate our students to be well-informed, responsible citizens ready to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century.
    Our vision is aligned to our district vision. All students graduate from High School prepared to successfully enter into higher education and/or a viable career. There are three areas of focus that we strive for at Valley View High School:
    Curriculum and Support

    We have:
    High expectations for all students through rigorous, 21st century standards,
    Curriculum that integrates and blends technology, team building skills and makes real-world connections,
    Clear and focused academic goals,
    Data that is used to support student learning,
    Opportunities for students to be college and/or career ready.
    Student Support:
    We provide:
    Frequent and strategic monitoring of student progress,
    Academic and behavioral support systems for all students,
    Targeted use of research-based best practices.
    Positive Educational Environment:

    We offer:
    A safe and orderly educational environment,
    A positive school culture
    A kind and supportive staff.

    Our culture of high expectations and excellence is evident in our student results both academically and athletically. In 2018-2019, our instructional program was evaluated, by the Western Association of Schools Accreditation. We received an accreditation from WASC for 2020 -2026, (six years). The highest accreditation you can receive. We are proud to say that we have the highest graduate rate in the Moreno Valley Unified School District at 94.3% which is above the district, state, and national, averages. More than 40% of our students enrolled in Advanced Placement (AP) classes pass their exam. We are also proud to be among only 200 schools in the nation, recognized as a 21st Century Exemplar School. In Athletics, our boys’ water polo team won the CIF championship, two years in a row, 2017-2018, 2018-2019, making history for the school, district and the city of Moreno Valley. Our Mock Trial team also made history, being among the Top 4 in the County of Riverside.

    We are positioning our students to develop and demonstrate application of academic competency, technical skills, and life skills towards a chosen field after high school graduation.

    We are excited about this upcoming school year, which is sure to be, another history making year for our Eagles. Please engage with us whenever appropriate and contact me at kyjohnson@mvusd.net, with any praise, questions, comments or concerns. Also, I will be hosting monthly informal conversations this year. This parent meeting is called Pastries with the Principal. The meetings will be held the second Friday of each month (beginning on September 13,2019) from 7:00 A.M. to 8:00 A.M. It will be your time to have informal conversations and meet other parents. I will provide tea, coffee, water and pastries. This will be a time for us to get to know each other better for the benefit of the students.

    Sincerely,
    Karen Y. Johnson, Principal

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