The celebration of the Class of 2022 will be as unique as the students themselves. These 82 amazing young women have weathered many challenges due to COVID-19, and through it all, they have demonstrated their resilience, devotion to each other, and love of school.
Please join us in honoring this remarkable class and celebrating their achievements through the events described below.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Thursday, June 2
4:00 p.m. EDT
Live-streamed, and in-person for juniors and graduating seniors.
Chorus and Orchestra Concert
Thursday, June 2
5:30 p.m. EDT
75 Main Street, Congregational Church
Thursday, June 2
8:00 p.m. EDT
Commencement and Graduation
Friday, June 3
9:30 a.m. EDT
Brooks Field Miss Porter’s School – Located in the center of the campus
Miss Porter’s School Commencement Program
Miss Porter’s does not require tickets nor has reserved seating for graduation.
Each graduate has been given eight invitations to share with family and friends. We kindly ask those families planning to bring more than eight guests to please contact us with any questions.
11:30 a.m. EDT
Main Dining Room
WATCH COMMENCEMENT EVENTS 2022 –
Each Live-stream feed will be recorded and available from the same links used to broadcast the live-streams. Click on the Watch Again link to view the recording after events have concluded.
Will be viewable to all via live-stream.
Click below to read the commencement speaker announcement.
Miss Porter’s is a mask optional community. Any attendees experiencing symptoms should be masked for the ceremony and while on campus. Graduation will be held in person and outside rain or shine.
We strongly encourage all attending guests to be prepared for inclement weather. Guests should be prepared to dress for conditions ranging from drizzle to heat and humidity. Please note that guest seating for the ceremony is under the protection of a tent.
Commencement guests should park in the Tennis Court Lot (number 5), Riverview – Pool & Squash Building (number 2), The Grist Mill (number 1), or Porter Road Loop. All parking is located off of Garden Street.
Accessible parking is reserved behind Jones, 54 Main Street (number 17), and at the Alumnae and Development Office, 66 Main Street (number 12), as well as in marked locations in all other campus parking areas.
IMPORTANT PARKING INFORMATION FOR BOARDING SENIORS
Parents and guardians of senior boarding students are asked to park on the “Senior Beach” lawn, just off Main Street via School Street, and adjacent to the senior dorms. This will ensure close proximity to packing vehicles after commencement concludes. The area will be marked, and a member from the Porter’s staff will be on hand to help direct parking.
CLASS OF 2022 LEGACIES
These legacies represent all legacies here at school and the enduring mission of our school to prepare young women for college, for leadership, and for life – a mission which has remained unchanged since 1843. Traditionally, the Daisy Wreath is hung by the senior with the strongest and most direct line of Ancient relatives.
CONGRATULATIONS AND SHOUTOUTS
Celebrate your Miss Porter’s Graduate and share the excitement with family and friends!
Let’s get excited as we prepare for Graduation 2022. Don’t forget to tag @missporters and use hashtags:
#MissPortersSchool #PortersGrad and #Porters2022 so that we can repost you on social media!
Class of 2022 Matriculation List
|Carnegie Mellon University|
|Case Western Reserve University|
|Colorado School of Mines|
|George Washington University|
|Johns Hopkins University|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|New York University|
|Southern Methodist University|
|The University of Texas at Austin|
|Trinity College Dublin|
|Tulane University of Louisiana|
|University of Arkansas|
|University of California (Irvine)|
|University of Massachusetts (Amherst)|
|University of Michigan|
|University of North Carolina Wilmington|
|University of Pennsylvania|
|University of Richmond|
|University of Vermont|
|University of Washington (Seattle Campus)|
Miss Porter’s School continues to monitor and follow federal, state, and county guidances regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Our COVID-19 protocol must be followed for the duration of your visit on campus.
- Vaccination: All age-eligible guests to the Miss Porter’s School campus must be fully vaccinated and boosted.
- Masking: Based on local COVID-19 rates, Porter’s is a “mask optional” campus at this time. Anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms must wear a high-filtration, well-fitting mask that covers the nose, mouth, and chin.
- Testing: Anyone experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms should test for COVID-19 prior to coming to campus. If your test is negative and you feel well enough, please remain masked while on campus to limit disease transmission.
We will keep you informed regarding additional arrangements or requirements, as necessary, based on public health conditions. We appreciate your cooperation as we continue to keep the entire Porter’s community safe and healthy.