A spokesman for Oxon Hill High School said the grade-point average of Thomas Whitney, the senior with the highest grade-point average at the school this year, has been recalculated to 4.02. A lower grade point was reported in last week's Maryland Weekly. Clarification A spokesman for Oxon Hill High School said the grade-point average of Thomas Whitney, the senior with the highest grade-point average at the school this year, has been recalculated to 4.02. A lower grade point was reported in last week's Maryland Weekly.

More than 8,400 students are graduating from Prince George's County high schools in the next nine days. At least 371 of those students are receiving college scholarships, the county school board reports.

The schedule of ceremonies and speakers:

BLADENSBURG, 480 graduates, 9 a.m. June 10, Capital Centre. Speakers: School Superintendent Edward J. Feeney and school board chairwoman Susan Bieniasz. Student with highest average: Christina Davis (3.953).

BOWIE, 700 graduates, 7:30 p.m. next Wednesday, Capital Centre. Speakers: Assistant school superintendent Annabelle Ferguson and principal John Hagan. Student with highest average: Kathy Ross (4.0).

CENTRAL, 265 graduates, 4 p.m. next Wednesday, Capital Centre. Speaker: Superintendent Edward J. Feeney. Student with highest average: Dahna Batts (4.0).

DUVAL, 373 graduates, 7:30 p.m. June 9, Capital Centre. Speakers: students. Students with highest averages: Heui Kim, Saurabh Dalal and Amenda Hansen, all with 4.0.

CROSSLAND, 500 graduates, 12:30 p.m. Monday, Capital Centre. Speaker: Judge Vincent Femia. Student with highest average: Kevin Cain (4.0).

ELEANOR ROOSEVELT, 520 graduates, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Capital Centre. Speaker: Renee Poussaint, newscaster, WJLA-TV (Channel 7). Students with highest averages: Perry Alexion, David Dodge, Elizabeth Greig, Timothy Holmes, George Komatsoulis, Cheryl Mills and Brooks Pate, all with 4.0.

FAIRMONT HEIGHTS, 303 graduates, 9 a.m. June 9, Capital Centre. Speaker: John Slaughter, chancellor of the University of Maryland at College Park. Student with highest average: Alice Iris Middleton (4.0).

FREDERICK DOUGLASS, 303 graduates, 9 a.m. Tuesday, Capital Centre. Speaker: Lark McCarthy, newscaster, WJLA-TV (Channel 7). Students with highest averages, Lillian DeLeon and Christine Evans, both 4.0.

FRIENDLY, 430 graduates, 9:30 a.m. next Wednesday at the school. Speakers: Assistant school superintendent Parthenia Pruden; her administrative assistant, Ronald Mortimer; and senior class officers. Students with highest averages: Deidre Burton, Judith Hahn, Christopher Hartmann, Pamela Hidinger, Terry Melvin, Emilie Sebesta and Nimfa Teneza, all 4.0.

GWYNN PARK, 357 graduates, 12:30 p.m. next Wednesday, Capital Centre. Speakers: Renee Poussaint, newscaster, WJLA-TV (Channel 7), and assistant school superintendent Parthenia Pruden. Student with highest average: Dawn Monica Hawkins (3.961).

HIGH POINT, 654 graduates, 12:30 p.m. June 9, Capital Centre. Speakers: County Council chairman Frank Casula, school board member Doris Eugene and State Sen. Arthur Dorman (D-Prince George's). Students with highest averages: Brigitte Nguyen, Jamie Faulkner, Karen Kepple and Kim Young, all 4.0.

LARGO, 528 graduates, 12:30 p.m. June 10, Capital Centre. Student with highest average: Robyn Das (3.94).

LAUREL, 413 graduates, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Capital Centre. Speaker: Louis L. Goldstein, Maryland comptroller. Student with highest average: Patricia J. Thomas (4.0).

NORTHWESTERN, 494 graduates, 9 a.m. next Wednesday, Capital Centre. Speaker: Superintendent Edward J. Feeney and students. Students with highest averages: Andreas Breivik, Theresa M. Gallo and Andrew Slack, all with 4.0.

OXON HILL, 424 graduates, 4 p.m. June 9, Capital Centre. Speaker: Rep. Steny H. Hoyer (D-Md.). Student with highest average: Thomas Whitney (3.95).

PARKDALE, 411 graduates, 4 p.m. Tuesday, Capital Centre. Speakers: School board chairwoman Susan Bieniasz, assistant superintendent Conrad Koch, principal James Foran and students. Students with highest averages, Kenneth Marcturk and Duane Delaney, both with 4.0.

POTOMAC, 447 graduates, 9 a.m. Monday, Capital Centre. Speakers: Rep. Parren J. Mitchell (D-Md.) and students. Students with highest averages: Hao Ng and Julia Pope, both 4.0.

SUITLAND, 507 graduates, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Capital Centre. Speaker: Maj. Gen. Jerry R. Curry. Student with highest average: Ruth Cowles (3.91).

SURRATTSVILLE, 340 graduates, 4 p.m. Monday, Capital Centre. Speaker: Ann Compton, correspondent, ABC-TV. Students with highest averages: Lisa Ann Kurowski (4.10), James Everett Bouchard (4.08), and Kimberly Jane Walsh (4.0).