Return to Headlines

Cap & Gown Order and Diploma Name Request Form

Dear Parents of Seniors-

Today marks the start of graduation planning! I know it seems a long time away, but the process begins now so we can get everything perfect for the big day!

You have TWO items you need to do by October 28, 2022.

1.      Fill out the Diploma Name Request Form so we have exactly what you want printed on the diploma.  (You will need to know your child’s student ID number and name of their first period teacher to complete the form.)  Click here for the Diploma Name Form – please be sure to hit submit when you are done filling it out.

 2.      Order your student’s cap and gown.  We ask all families to purchase a cap and gown for their student so that it matches the group. The Cap and Gown is $25.  

              Directions: Click here first to view the short video directions

After watching the video, click here for the Cap and Gown order website: sscgradstore.comWe need to order these early to be sure they are onsite on time.  If your family is experiencing a financial hardship and is unable to pay for your student’s cap and gown, please reach out to Dr. Gravinese.

**Please note, the graduation date is not set until late winter.  We will communicate the date as soon as it is shared with us.**  

In addition to the two deliverables, we have also enclosed information from Student Services Company. In addition to providing Methacton High School’s Custom Caps & Gowns, they also offer official graduation stationery products.  They have put together a short video presentation to explain these programs as well as provided a digital brochure.

You can view the digital brochure here.

The deadline for these orders is Friday, October 28th! 

Please be sure to go to to place your Cap and Gown and Graduation Products order online.

To avoid late fees and product restrictions, please be sure to place your orders by the deadline.

If you have any questions, their professional staff is ready to help!
Phone: 610-539-1330   Email:

Thank you,

Dr. Gravinese