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Aliso Niguel High School is pleased to share with you information regarding our upcoming in-person graduation ceremonies.

ANHS will be holding two (2) graduation ceremonies on June 3rd. One ceremony will start at 1:30 pm and the second will start at 4:30 pm. Seniors will get to choose which ceremony they would like to attend. Each senior will be given FOUR complimentary graduation tickets for their immediate household members. All attendees must be in-state. Each senior will also be given 1 parking pass for 1 vehicle.

Our graduation ceremony will be traditional in its agenda and include all the normal pomp and circumstance associated with this important event. 

Choosing your ceremony

At this time, all graduates have either chosen their ceremony or have been placed into a ceremony. All communications sent from the school will be specific to the ceremony you will be attending. If you have any questions regarding which ceremony you are assigned to attend, please contact Mrs. Kato in the activities office at

Graduation Rehearsal

Each student is required to attend a graduation rehearsal on June 2nd. The rehearsals will be at 9:00 am (for the 1:30 ceremony) and at 11:00 am (for the 4:30 ceremony). Please arrive 30 minutes early to ensure an on-time check-in. You will need to bring an ID. On this day you can expect the following: 

  • Students will choose their seats for the ceremony

  • Students will get instructions for the ceremony day

  • Any regalia the student wishes to wear, that is not provided by the school, must be brought to and approved at rehearsal (see below)

  • Caps and gowns will be distributed

  • Graduation tickets will be distributed

  • Parking passes will be distributed

  • Simonson Photography will be available for cap and gown portraits in the gym after your rehearsal

  • Caps and tassels will be available for sale

Seniors must be present at the rehearsal in order to walk in the ceremony. 


State Legislature passed AB 1248 (Gloria) in 2018, adding Education Code section 35183.1. The code allows students to wear “traditional tribal regalia or recognized objects of cultural or religious significance” as adornment at school graduation ceremonies (emphasis added). A local education agency retains the discretion to limit an item that is likely to cause a substantial disruption of, or material interference with, the ceremony. The law requires that every graduating California student, regardless of their identity, are allowed to represent their family, culture, and/or faith affiliation in graduation ceremonies through regalia or adornments without substantial disruption or material interference with those ceremonies. Education Code section 35183.1(b) defines the term adornment as meaning: something attached to, or worn with, but not replacing, the cap and gown customarily worn at school graduation ceremonies. The term cultural is defined: recognized practices and traditions of a certain group of people.


If a student wishes to wear regalia that meets the above descriptions to graduation, they must present them at check in for rehearsal. 

Senior Activities

Cap & Gown Orders

Caps and gowns are no longer available to purchase online.  See below for contact information to order directly through Jostens.

Jack Nicholson

1-800-JOSTENS (567-8367)


If you need to purchase a tassel, cap, or medallion, these will be available for purchase on June 2nd at rehearsal for $10 each.