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Honoring the 27th Graduating Class of CIAS
The Senior Class of
Christian Institute of Arts and Sciences,
along with their parents and guardians,
announces its Commencement Exercises
On Friday evening, May 24
Two Thousand Twenty-Four
at six o'clock in the evening
at Charity Chapel
5820 Montgomery Avenue
Pensacola, Florida

Share in our celebration!
Cake reception following
The Class of 2024

Skylar Joanne Baecker

Jeb Andrew Baldwin

Maegan Grace Forbes

Trinity Faith Gaugh

Elsbeth Asher Hayes

Mary Faith Natalie Huffman

Sherry Michelle Japp

Honoray Anthony Joseph Jr.

Anna Maria Rosaria Langevin

Noah Michael Joshua Leal

Kayla Renee Liles

Priya Michelle Prasad

Isabella Marie Simmons

Caitlin Faith St. Amant

Jonathan Tate St. Amant










                  Priya Prasad              

















Trinity Gaugh

Academic Excellence Award: 


Christian Character Award: 


Principal's Awards: 



Kindergarten Class of 2024

Cassius "Cash" Taylor
Isaiah Bryant
Hudson Hayes





8th Grade Class of 2024

Eli Adcock
Bodhi Anderson

Kayla Blake
A. Sebastian Bradley

Katriel Caputo
Dylon Fletcher
Hannah Garner
Trey Hansen

Rylee Van Hesteren
Corrie Lynn White


Class of 2024 Distinctives

Class Colors: 

Blue & Black

Class Flower: 

Black-eyed Susan (meaning: justice, encouragement & motivation)

Class Verse:  

Jeremiah 29:11

"For I know the plans I have for you...plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."

Class Motto: 

The journey of a thousand miles starts with one step

-Lao Tzu

Class Song: 

"Don't You (Forget About Me)" by Simple Minds


Gold satin stoles and cords are worn for seniors who achieve A Honor Roll and A/B Honor Roll throughout high school.

If you have joined the National Society of High School Scholars, you need to order the graduation regalia from NSHSS store here:

If you have joined Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society (Pensacola State College), you need to order the graduation regalia from PTK store here:

Honor Roll
What does it mean to graduate with honors? And what is Cum Laude, Magana Cum Laude, and Summa Cum Laude?
Cum Laude: 3.5-3.7 GPA, unweighted
Magna Cum Laude: 3.8-3.9 GPA, unweighted
Summa Cum Laude: 4.0+ GPA, unweighted
Activity Cord Colors:

Brown-  drama, theater, acting
Orange-  community service 
Celtic Green/Pacific Blue- UWF dual enrollment
Crimson Red-  writing, journalism, literature 
Emerald Green-  athletics, sports
Forest Green/White-  PSC dual enrollment 
Kelly Green/White-  4-H
Khaki/blue/green-  Boys’ or Girls’ Scouts
Khaki/Taupe-  business, entrepreneurship, apprenticeship, on-the-job-training
Navy Blue/Crimson Red-  JDCC dual enrollment 
Lavender-  photography
Maroon/Magenta-  home economics, cooking, sewing, family sciences 
Navy Blue/Light Blue/Gray - George Stone dual enrollment
Old Gold-  honor society membership 
Pink-  music, band, orchestra
Purple-  art, drawing, painting, sculpture, etc.
Red/White/Blue-  Civil Air Patrol, JROTC, Boy Scouts Eagle Scout Honors
Royal/Peacock Blue-  student council, SGA (Student Government Association)
White-  law, criminal justice, Teen Court, TeenPact
Yellow-  library science 


Senior Workshops

Senior workshops are scheduled each month to connect you with vital info about your senior year, graduation, college applications, scholarships, college info, resume-building, and so much more! Join us each month for the not-to-be-missed Senior Workshops.


Graduation Cap & Gown Do's & Don'ts
What should you wear on your graduation day?
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