Palm Beach Central Parents Seek Support For Project Graduation

This year is Palm Beach Central High School’s 20th anniversary of hosting Project Graduation with the goal of entertaining and feeding more than 400 graduates throughout the night.

This tradition brings students, faculty, parents and community partners together to provide seniors a safe environment to celebrate their graduation. The event will be held Friday, May 17 from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. at Wellington’s Village Park. Project Graduation would not be possible without the support of Bronco families, friends and community businesses.

Project Graduation is an event that promotes a safe, alcohol-and-drug-free, all-night “lock-in” celebration exclusively for Palm Beach Central’s Class of 2024. The graduates are entertained with games, inflatable activities, prizes, music, food, a hypnotist show and more. Parents are fundraising to give seniors a super celebration but need the community’s help. Businesses and community members are asked to consider donating to this memorable event. Sponsorship opportunities from $100 to $3,500 are available, with many benefits depending on sponsor level. Request sponsorship forms at

“Parents are working to raise $25,000 for this event, along with seeking donations of food and prizes. This event would not be possible without the support of our business community and the Village of Wellington,” Project Graduation Chair Danielle Williams said. “We are very grateful for the continued support of our local businesses financially and with donations that ensure Project Graduation’s success each year. Project Graduation is a true labor of love on behalf of the parents whose simple mission is to keep our graduates safe. The Project Graduation Committee is very grateful to Bronco staff, parents and the business community for their help in planning a safe and fun environment for our graduates to celebrate.”

Donations can be mailed or dropped off at Palm Beach Central High School, PG 2024, 8499 Forest Hill Blvd., Wellington, FL 33411. Donation pickups can be arranged by e-mailing or call PBCHS Activities Coordinator Gail Marshall at (561) 433-7929.