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IT'S OFFICIAL! Class of 2020 Celebratory Parade IS ON for June 19th!

We are excited to announce a community parade in honor of the Class of 2020!


As we have had so many major milestone events cancelled this year due to the Washington State mandated school closure and stay-at-home order, our Wildcat community has been hard at work coming up with some alternate ways to celebrate our amazing Class of 2020!


After some hard work and planning by students, parents and staff, we have been given official approval from the City of Snoqualmie to hold a parade in honor of our graduates on the morning of June 19th.  Students and drivers will gather in their cars at Dirtfish Rally School beginning at 10:20 am, and begin the parade at 11:00. 


Students must arrive in their cap and gown and show ID to be admitted, and to ensure this event runs smoothly and safely, students and parents MUST read and adhere to the parade procedures and guidelines. 


Per Public Health guidelines regarding graduation events, students participating must have a driver that is in their family/household.  Some of these guidelines are highlighted below:

  • High-risk populations should stay home.
  • People who have COVID-19 or have been in close contact with someone with COVID-19 should remain in isolation or quarantine.
  • People must stay home if they feel sick.
  • Each vehicle may contain only members from a single household who are not sick - no co-mingling of friends or families within a vehicle.
  • Students must be in the passenger seat.


The parade route will begin at DirtFish, then go up Snoqualmie Parkway to I-90. 


  • Begin at Dirtfish, 7001 396th Dr SE, entrance will be off Reinig Road
  • Mill Pond to 202 (round-a-about) to
  • Snoqualmie Parkway to I-90


 The parade will end at I-90, parade participants will exit on to west-bound I-90.



Many parade routes were looked at by the parade committee and we tried to honor all three communities (Snoqualmie, North Bend and Fall City) that Mount Si High School serves. It basically came down to the fact that local law enforcement does not have enough staffing to support a procession of this size through both cities. Utilizing Snoqualmie Parkway as the main parade route minimizes the impact to surface streets and allows spectators to socially distance themselves.

Please note that information is subject to change and all updates will be posted on the main page of the MSHS website as well as the Senior page of our website.
Questions?  Please email us at  We look forward to a memorable event for our Seniors and community!