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Life After UHS Video Instructions


Life After UHS Video Instructions

Deadline has been extended to Monday, May 23


Dear Senior Families, 

Sunday, May 1, 2022 was National Decision Day for our members of the Class of 2022. National Decision Day is a time when our Senior class members make a decision about where they will attend college for the following school year and beyond. We would like to honor this tradition once again with a video celebration for the Class of 2022.  We have selected Wednesday, June 1 as the day when we will honor this long-standing tradition and release the video to our community. 

We ask that parents help us to honor our Seniors by recording a video of your student. In the video, the members of the Class of 2022 should be dressed in their college attire if applicable. He/she should introduce himself/herself and tell the audience the school they will be attending and their potential major of study. This also includes any plans to join the military or enter into a trade/work force following graduation. 

Example: “My name is Jane Smith and I will be attending the University of Texas where I will major in Chemical Engineering and play field hockey! Go Longhorns!” 

Please send the video, along with your student’s name, in an email to UCFSD Communications ( by the extended date of Monday, May 23. In order to accommodate space for each member of the Class of 2022, we ask that videos are no longer than 10 -15 seconds. 

Video Checklist:

__Film in landscape (if filming with an iPhone or mobile device, hold device on its side)

__The video file must be an MOV or MP4 file

__Video length should not be longer than 10-15 seconds and should include 3 seconds silence before your child begins speaking and 3 seconds after

__Make sure there is no extra noise or music in the background

__You must include your student’s name in the email along with the attached video file

__Please have your student speak loudly and clearly

__If the video is too large to email, please have your student upload it to their school Google Drive and share the file with


Dr. James Conley