Project Graduation Volunteers Needed:

Project Graduation Volunteers Needed:

We need your help to make sure no 2019 graduate loses their life on the road on Graduation night. Project Graduation is a locally run, nationally developed drug and alcohol-free program designed for graduating seniors that encourages graduates to stay off the streets on graduation night.  Over the past 23 years more than 15,000 seniors from the public high schools in Martin County have participated in Project Graduation, and there have been NO DUI arrests or deaths involving graduates in Martin County on graduation nights since its inception! Managed by non-profit Tykes & Teens and a dedicated group of volunteers, Project Graduation occurs immediately after graduation for 3 consecutive nights at the YMCA of the Treasure Coast for each of the Martin County School District’s public high schools (JBHS, MCHS & SFHS). Nearly 75% of the graduating class from each school attend their respective events. IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO KEEP OUR KIDS SAFE, and we all must do our part. We are asking for a little of your time on graduation night to make all the FUN happen! Together, we can make a difference.

Please use the online form at to sign up for a volunteer position and time slot to support our 2019 SFHS Graduates on the night of Tuesday, May 28th!

If you have any questions, please email me at 


Dawn Delaney, SFHS Project Graduation Volunteer Coordinator