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City Hall and Westminster Station continue to display schools' colors to congratulate seniors

City Hall and Westminster Station continue to display schools' colors to congratulate seniors

To honor graduating high school seniors in Westminster, the city has been lighting up both City Hall and Westminster Station in high schools' colors since May 16.

Parks, Recreation and Libraries and Community Development staff continue to coordinate the lighting in recognition of the City’s 2020 graduates. Arvada High School will be added to the lighting schedule at the request of Councillor Skulley. The updated details have been shared on social media to promote their achievement in the community. 

"Under the current public health crisis, we know it hasn't been easy for the schools in our community to recognize and congratulate the amazing accomplishment these seniors have achieved," said City Manager Don Tripp. "By lighting up City Hall and Westminster Station in each high school's colors, we want to honor each and every one of them."

City Hall at 4800 West 92nd Ave. will be lit from approximately 5 p.m. to 7 a.m. the next day and Westminster Station at 7000 Hooker St. will be lit from approximately 8 p.m. to midnight. We encourage students to drive by, look or stop and take photos.

Here is the updated lighting schedule:

School

Lighting Date

Colors

Westminster High School

May 16

Teal, silver and black

The Academy of Charter Schools

May 17

Navy blue and kelly green

Belleview Christian Schools

May 18

Red and blue

Standley Lake High School

May 19

Navy blue and kelly green

Mountain Range High School

May 20

Columbia blue, black and white

Legacy High School

May 21

Navy and gold

Pomona High School

May 22

Silver, black and red

Flatirons Academy

May 23

Charcoal gray and orange

Hidden Lake High School

May 24

Maroon and silver

Holy Family High School

May 25

Purple and gold

Jefferson Academy

May 26

Black and gold

Front Range Community College

May 27

Blue and black

Broomfield High School

May 28

Blue and black

Northglenn High School

May 29

Red and gold

Arvada High School

June 4

Red and white

 

The Mayor and City Council also recently passed along their congratulations to the classes of 2020 through the video below:

Thank you and congratulations to your graduating class of 2020!

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