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The Class of 2021 Twenty-second Commencement

We look forward to welcoming our seniors and their families to the Class of 2021 Commencement!

Information for Attendees

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  • Arrival Information for Seniors

    Seniors will gather in the cafeteria at 8:30 in preparation for rehearsal. There will be time to change into caps and gowns before the ceremony, so it is not necessary to wear them for the rehearsal. Donuts and gluten-free light snacks will be provided. Seniors will park in the student parking lot.
  • Arrival Information for Families

    Gates open for arrival beginning at 9:15 AM. We request that all families are seated by 10:15 to ensure an on-time start to the ceremony. Families that have requested seating accommodations should arrive closer to 9:15.
  • Health Guidelines

    Although a majority of guests attending the Weber graduation will be fully vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine, we realize that some individuals in attendance will not yet be fully vaccinated. Therefore, Weber has established the following health protocols for the ceremony in accordance with the latest guidance from The Fulton County Board of Public Health (FCBPH):

    1. When walking to and from one’s assigned seat before, during, and after the ceremony, including the time walking to and from one’s parked car, all graduates and guests must wear a mask.
    2. All graduates and family groups will be assigned seating that maintains at least six feet of social distance. Combined with the fact that our graduation will be held outdoors, this seating design will provide graduates, their families, and Weber faculty and staff with the option to remove their masks while seated.
    3. When called to receive their diplomas, graduates will wear masks while waking to the stage. Once they are called onto the stage, graduates may remove their mask to cross the stage, receive their diploma and stand for a photograph. As Weber has engaged professionals to photograph each graduate with their diploma, family members should not leave their seats to take pictures.
  • Attire

    Attire for the ceremony is business casual, but we ask that you dress comfortably as the temperature is expected to be in the low nineties. Water bottles will be provided. 
  • Parking

    We understand that Weber graduates may need to drive themselves to school separately for the morning rehearsal. However, to maximize parking capacity on the Weber campus, we ask that the remaining family members drive to Weber in one car if possible. Parking attendants will be on-site directing cars to open spots. Once the Weber lots are full, cars will be directed to overflow parking at the Publix shopping center where Weber buses will shuttle guests to campus. Passengers on these busses will be asked to maintain six (6) feet of social distance. 
  • Accommodations for Guests With Special Needs

    There will be a covered drop-off location for those family members that require assistance to their seats. Please refer to this map for specific arrival instructions. We will utilize golf carts to help transport family members to their seats. Disability Parking will be in the upper lot.
  • Entry and Guest Seating

    Seating is arranged in pods by families and will be arranged six feet apart. Each student and their family will receive an email containing their pod location on Wednesday, May 26th. Please refrain from moving seats from their pods. 
  • Student Seating

    Graduates will be seated as a class right in front of the graduation stage. Their seats will be situated six feet apart from each other. 
  • Photography

    Weber has arranged for professional photographers from Scenesations to capture this exciting event. They will photograph the students as they receive their diplomas and again as they exit the stage. Scenesations will remain onsite after the ceremony to take pictures of the graduates and their families and friends.

    Click here to purchase photos from the ceremony.
  • Livestream & On-Demand Recording

    Graduation will be streamed live for those family members and friends who are not on campus for the event. Click here for the Livestream on Vimeo.

    A recording of Weber’s graduation will be available for viewing after the event and will appear here when available.
The Weber School, a Jewish Community high school serving students from all Jewish backgrounds, prepares students for success in college and in life with comprehensive academic and co-curricular programs that inspire student exploration, leadership, and Jewish social consciousness. Many of our programs and academies are unique to Weber and can't be found at any other Atlanta-area high schools.

The Felicia Penzell Weber Jewish Community High School admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.