Seniors 2021

Graduation confetti

Yearbook Info. in the Senior Memories Section. Currently on sale for $100.

Senior Info!

Latest Update: June 16, 2021

*All events and activities are subject to the health and safety requirements from the State of California, Ventura County, and OUHSD School Board as a result of Covid-19.

End of Year Responsibilities

Diplomas may be picked up on Wednesday, June 16 from 8:30am – 12:30pm in front of school by the flagpoles.

Returns of Loaner Gowns – To receive your diploma, the complete package (Cap, gown, tassel and stole) must be returned after the graduation ceremony. If items are not returned in the same condition they were received – you will be charged $53.65. Caps MAY NOT be decorated IF you use a loaner Graduation Gown. 

Fill out the District form: PHS Transcript Request

The Senior Exit Survey is a mandatory part of the senior check out process. 
Seniors are required to submit it in order to participate in graduation and pick up their diploma.  

Seniors must return all textbooks, return Chromebook and charger, and pay for all outstanding obligations in order to be cleared to graduate. 

2021 Senior Checkout Form

Chromebooks are available to purchase for $40 

Finals are Completed

Senior Finals will be on Tuesday, June 8 (periods 1 & 2) & Wednesday, June 9th (periods 3 & 4).

Senior Memories

2021 yearbooks are now $100.
Buy them on campus with the ASB bookkeeper.
They are also sold online at the PHS Webstore.

Very few yearbooks remain.

Past Yearbooks & Special


Graduation 2021 is scheduled for 6pm Tuesday, June 15, at Triton Stadium.

The Commencement Ceremony will begin at 6:00pm. We ask that guests are seated by 5:45pm.

Graduates will meet at the baseball field by 4:30pm for check in. Procession will start at 5:55pm.

Tickets will be required. 
Each graduate has received their 4 tickets on June 14 after graduation practice.
Due to health & safety guidelines we will have a limited capacity in the stadium, there will be no extra tickets available.

Please take into consideration the following rules when decorating your graduation cap.

 NO offensive language, sayings, nicknames, pictures, or lyrics on cap.
 NO objects such as signs, stuffed animals, bells, flowers, or any 3D object may rest on the cap.
 ALL decorations MUST LAY FLAT on the cap (Nothing can lay perpendicular thus allowing us to see the decoration beyond eye level)
 Your cap CANNOT make noise (No bells, horns, or anything that makes noise)

The following are suggestions for appropriate cap decorations:

  • A “Thank You” to a parent, grandparent, teacher, guardian, or mentor.
  • Recognition of the university you will be attending or military branch serving.
  • Inspirational quotes

Failure to follow these rules could result in not walking the line at Graduation.

Caps MAY NOT be decorated IF you use a rental Graduation Gown. 


Dress Code

Female Graduates (those who identify as female):
Dress appropriately for this important event: a dress, skirt/top, or dressy pants and blouse.
Shoes: comfortable flats, wedge heels, tennis shoes, dressy sandals, or block heels (bigger than 1 inch heel at the base) 
Because of the new Stadium Field, Stiletto heels MAY NOT be worn. The pointed heel will break through the surface and damage the field.

Male Graduates (those who identify as male):
Dress appropriately for this important event: collared shirt, (tie and/or suit coat optional) and dress slacks.
Shoes: Dress shoes or tennis shoes.

  • Stadium gates will open at 4:30pm.
  • The Commencement Ceremony will start at 6:00pm. We ask that you are seated by 5:45pm.
  • Graduates will be given 4 tickets for guests.
  • Guests will be seated in small family groups that are 3 feet from a neighboring family.
  • Tickets will indicate which side of the stadium family groups will be seated, either home or visitor side.
  • At the conclusion of the ceremony, graduates will meet their families on the softball field, north of the stadium. No guests may join the graduates on the Stadium Field in order to maintain social distancing and to preserve our new field surface.


  • On-campus parking is limited. Be prepared to walk a fair distance and plan accordingly.
  • Only vehicles with handicap placards will be allowed to park in the small lot behind the scoreboard, west of the stadium. 


Ceremony Safety

  • Graduates will be seated 3 feet apart on the field and must wear their masks at all times during graduation practice and the ceremony.
  • Families in the stands will be seated in their small groups, 3 feet away from neighboring family groups.
  • Seating areas will be clearly marked on the bleachers and tickets will indicate which side of the stadium families will sit.
  • Ushers and campus supervisors will be available to assist guests finding their seats.
  • There will be handicap accessible designated areas for wheelchair seating throughout the stadium.
  • Air horns, cow bells, food, beach balls, or umbrellas that block the view of others will not be allowed.
  • Balloons brought for graduates will be tied along the fence, to be picked up after the ceremony.
  • Families will not be allowed on the field after graduation, but may meet their graduate on the softball field, north of the stadium, after the ceremony. 
  • Leis may be given to students AFTER the ceremony.


We are planning on carrying a live stream of the ceremony – more information soon.

This event has concluded.

Graduation Practice #1 – June 11, 8:30 am. Check in at the Baseball Field.

Graduation Practice #2 – June 14, 8:30 am, Check in at the Baseball Field. Graduation tickets will be distributed during practice.

You must attend both graduation practices to participate in the June 15th ceremony.
Please plan accordingly.

This event has concluded.

In order to participate in the commencement ceremony, all potential graduates must be Covid tested before the first practice, June 11. Covid testing will be provided for in the PHS Gym on June 8, 9, or 10 from 9am-4pm.

Students will need to fill out the two forms ( below), print them, and present them to testing personnel on June 8, 9, or 10.

COVID Testing: Patient Request Form

COVID Testing: Blanket Parent Consent Form

Students will need to submit proof of Covid negative status or completed vaccination before 8am, June 11.

Students will submit their testing results to the following link: PHS Proof of Covid Test/Vaccination

To participate in the Graduation Ceremony all graduates must wear a cap and gown, tassel and customized stole.

If you have a last minute order please call the Jostens Representative directly at: (805) 987-4147 

If you need to buy a cap & gown for our graduation ceremony, you can do so online with Jostens:
PHS Cap & Gown Order

If you would prefer to rent a cap & gown, please fill out this form: 
Jostens Gown Rental

Returns of Loaner Gowns – To receive your diploma, the complete package (Cap, gown, tassel and stole) must be returned after the graduation ceremony. If items are not returned in the same condition they were received – you will be charged $53.65. Caps MAY NOT be decorated IF you use a loaner Graduation Gown. 

For questions regarding Cap & Gown information and orders, please contact Jostens representatives directly. 
Pacifica High School does not take orders or payments for cap & gowns.
John & Jeff Zavala
Jostens Sales Rep. & Service Specialists
Office: (805) 987-4147

Events and Activities

If you have a last minute order please call the Jostens Representative directly at: (805) 987-4147 

Last minute pickup on campus from 10:30am-12pm

Purchased and Rental gowns will be distributed behind the PAC, Friday, June 11 after graduation practice.
Park in the student lot behind the Performing Arts Center. Covid safety protocol and social distancing will be followed when picking up your cap & gowns. Yard signs will also be available.

Seniors needing to buy or rent a cap or gown must do so with Jostens online. Jostens will not be at the pick-up.
Cap & Gown Order Form
Cap & Gown Rental Form

Returns of Rental/Loaner Gowns – To receive your diploma, the complete loaner package (Cap, gown, tassel and stole) must be returned after the graduation ceremony. If items are not returned in the same condition they were received – you will be charged $53.65. Caps MAY NOT be decorated IF you use a loaner Graduation Gown. 


This event has concluded.

In past years, Pacifica would attend Disneyland or Magic Mountain for our traditional GradNite. Unfortunately as a result of the pandemic, both amusement parks are not hosting that event this year. Universal Studios, however, will be holding a Class of 2021 celebration at their park on select dates. We are providing information to PHS students if they are interested in attending the function.

This is not a Pacifica High School or OUHSD event. You will be purchasing tickets directly from Universal and providing your own transportation to the park. Tickets are $75 per person, which includes a meal. You are able to invite family members (or a guest).

Order Universal Tickets

This event has concluded.

Pacifica will be hosting a private Grad Party at Golf N Stuff on Saturday, May 22 from 10:30pm to 12:30am for $35.

The ticket is all-inclusive: use of both 18 hole miniature golf courses, lit’l Indy race cars, bumper boats, ramrod bumper cars, & 10 arcade tokens. (Students would need to purchase any additional tokens or food/drinks from the snack bar.)

Tickets will go on sale at the Bookkeeper Window on campus or at the PHS Webstore beginning Tuesday, May 18.
Tickets are limited to 250 Pacifica Seniors only. 

Permission forms will be required to attend. They can be picked up when purchasing a ticket or at the cap & gown distribution event.
Forms will be turned in at the entry of the event.

Seniors are encouraged to arrive at the event around 10:15pm.
Seniors will go through a temperature check and security screening before entering the facility.

From Golf N’ Stuff:

Play It Safe!
The health and safety of our guests is a shared responsibility. Everyone needs to do their part in order to stop the spread of Covid-19. We are asking all guests to read and understand the information provided below prior to visiting our park.

What we expect of our guests:

  • We recommend all guests wear a face mask/covering. A limited amount may be available for purchase at the park each day.
  • Maintain social distancing at all times.
  • Cough or sneeze into your elbow.
  • Adhere to markers in all queue lines to aid in distancing.
  • Please allow time for our staff to disinfect attractions between each use for your safety.
  • Drinks and snack items that can be consumed while golfing or waiting in a queue line will be allowed.
  • Anyone not maintaining social distancing guidelines may be asked to leave.
We are doing our part too!
  • Six foot distancing markers are maintained in each queue line.
  • All cashiers and customer service employees are required to wear a mask.
  • All areas of the park are cleaned before start of business.
  • Golf N’ Stuff staff will frequently clean and sanitize the check-in counter, entrance doors and guest contact areas.
  • Golf clubs, golf balls and pencils are sanitized in our UV-C sanitizer after every use.
  • Miniature golf courses will be open for regular play with no more than 4 players per tee time.
  • Capacity of 4 players per hole on one 18-hole course. We have two 18-hole courses.
  • Pool water will be constantly monitored for proper chlorination. COVID-19 cannot survive in properly chlorinated pool water.
  • Alcohol-based sanitizer dispensers are available throughout the facility and guests are encouraged to use them frequently.
  • We will be reducing the number of Go-Karts on the track and Bumper Boats in the water to allow for staff to sanitize the equipment. We will be alternating the equipment to insure that all Go-Karts and Bumper Boats are properly cleaned and sanitized.
  • Employees are encouraged to stay home if feeling ill. Additionally all employees will be screened and have their temperatures checked at the beginning of their shift.

All persons entering Golf N’ Stuff are doing so at their own risk. It is the responsibility of everyone to adhere to social distancing guidelines. By entering you are releasing Golf N’ Stuff, its affiliates, officers, employees, or agents of any nature, whether know or unknown of any liability for any injury or illness arising from use of this facility.


* Based on the results of our two senior surveys, we will not be holding a May semi-formal dinner/activity.

Fourth Quarter ends June 16. 
Click the link below for more info.

Contact your Counselor for any questions you may have about credits and graduation requirements.

Contact the Career Center for a Work Permit, Scholarship Information, and other info.

General Senior Information

We will be providing the most current and accurate  information regarding events and activities your Senior year.
Please check back regularly for updated information.

Questions or Comments

Contact Mr. Castañón, Activities Director