El Dorado High School Celebrates its Class of 2024

EDHS Class of 2024

El Dorado High School (EDHS) held its commencement ceremony on Wednesday, June 12, in Bradford Stadium. The Golden Hawk Class of 2024 included 497 graduating seniors, 84% of whom have committed to attending a two- or four-year college or university following graduation.

The ceremony featured honored guests such as Board of Education Vice President Todd Frazier, Trustee Marilyn Anderson, Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District (PYLUSD) Deputy Superintendent of Human Resources Dr. Issaic Gates, Assistant Superintendent of Student Support Services Renee Gray, Executive Director William Gray, Director of Facilities Paul Juarez, and Principal Joey Davis.

Graduating students Diane Chang, Tahlia Pompel, and Raymond Gerace addressed their peers and the crowded stadium with words of reflection, wisdom, and inspiration, sharing their experiences as Golden Hawks.

Principal Davis also spoke to the graduates and attendees, stating, “Each graduate has their own story that is uniquely theirs, and as I tell every class, they did it with help and they did it together.”

Upon receiving their diplomas, the Golden Hawks tossed their caps into the air, signifying the end of their time in PYLUSD.

Notably, the EDHS Class of 2024 completed 38,677 community service hours. Additionally, 104 seniors completed a CTE Pathway, 24 earned the Seal of Civic Engagement, 12 graduated from the ED LAW Academy, and 85 from the Digital Media Arts Academy—the largest class ever. There were also 25 AVID graduates. Congratulations, Golden Hawks!

Click here to view El Dorado’s ceremony on the district’s YouTube Channel.

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