Lynwood Unified celebrated the Class of 2022 from Firebaugh, Lynwood, and Vista and Pathway high schools during commencement ceremonies from June 13 to 15, honoring nearly 900 seniors for their years of hard work and perseverance. Vista and Pathway students earned several scholarships and awards for their achievements, including four Dr. Madison Memorial Science Award winners. This year, Lynwood High graduates earned more than $600,000 in scholarships during the 2021-22 school year, as well as Advanced Placement Scholar Awards and the Golden State Seal of Merit. Firebaugh High’s top 10 seniors earned more than $145,000 in scholarships this year and are matriculating to prestigious educational institutions including UCLA, New York University, Stanford University and USC.
Lynwood Unified School District will celebrate the graduating Class of 2022 with commencement ceremonies for Vista High School on Monday, June 13, Lynwood High School on Tuesday, June 14, and Firebaugh High School on Wednesday, June 15. All three ceremonies will begin at 6 p.m. and be held at Lynwood Unified Stadium, 12124 Bullis Rd., Lynwood. The Lynwood Community Adult School will hold its commencement ceremony at 6 p.m. on Friday, June 10, at the Lynwood High School Gym, also located at 12124 Bullis Rd., Lynwood.
Lynwood 5K Run/Walk to Raise Money for Scholars and Programs through Lynwood Partners Educational Foundation
Nearly 500 Lynwood community members are expected to hit the streets for a 5K Run/Walk that will raise money for students through the Lynwood Partners Educational Foundation. The Foundation, a partner of the Lynwood Unified School District, is collaborating with the City of Lynwood and Aztlan Athletics for the city’s first 5K event in nearly a decade. The 3.1-mile route will start and finish at City Hall. All proceeds will benefit the Lynwood Partners Educational Foundation. Access to vendor and resource booths, and a raffle drawing for a new Mazda Mitsubishi are scheduled for the awards ceremony following the race.