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Junior-Senior Prom Information

Dates of Importance

Aug. 21, 2023 Theme Voting Begins via Google Form emailed to school email
Sept. 1, 2023 Theme Voting Ends at 3 p.m.
Dec. 13, 2023 Prom Application Form distributed via school email
Feb. 26, 2024 Prom Application Form (and All Other Required Paperwork) Due
April 3, 2024 Ticket Money Due ($70 per person)
April 15-16, 2024 Senior Grand March Tickets On Sale
April 17, 2024 Grand March Tickets On Sale to the Public
April 20, 2024 Junior-Senior Prom
Dress Code 2023-2024

Prom is a formal and memorable night for students. We want to maintain the integrity and formality of this night. While we will be reasonable in our interpretation of these guidelines, we want you to know that you will only be allowed to enter the Junior-Senior Prom if you are dressed appropriately (this includes your date).

If there are ANY questions or concerns regarding the compliance of your Prom attire, please bring a photo of the dress to Ms. Jackson, Mrs. Sturgis, or to Ms. Hubert for approval BEFORE purchasing.  Also, please remember that dresses fit differently on different body types. The dress may fit and look differently from a photo of the dress being modeled in a promotional photo.




  • Dresses may be at least one sleeve or strap (if they fit correctly).
  • Dresses may be backless if they are not cut below the navel.
  • 2-piece dresses MUST overlap at the waist, meaning the top MUST overlap with the skirt waistband.
  • Midriffs are not allowed to be exposed. This includes both the front and side. With arms down at your side, if flesh touches flesh, the dress is inappropriate.
  • Dresses may not have a slit that exceeds mid-thigh. This is fingertip length.
  • Dresses may not be cut below the bust line.
  • Undergarments should not be visible. See-through apparel is not permitted.



You are expected to wear formal attire. Formal prom attire may be classified as a tuxedo or dress suit, including a tie or bow tie, a dress shirt, a vest or cummerbund, and dress shoes. Shirts are to be worn at all times.

  • Check your SCHOOL EMAIL and REMIND TEXT for Prom 2024 frequently. The Google Classroom associated with Prom 2024 and Remind Text code will become available in January 2024.
  • Prom attendees are required to show a form of identification before entering the prom. If identification is not presented, you cannot enter the prom.
  • Prom attendees will NOT be allowed to exit and re-enter the building. Make sure you have everything you may need before you enter.
  • The THS disciplinary guidelines still apply during the prom. If a student's actions are against the rules, the student will be dealt with according to the THS Handbook.
  • Members of the community (including guardians of THS students) are asked NOT to convene with the students once the Grand March has concluded. All members of the community (including guardians of THS students) will be asked to leave from the front of the building to allow the prom to begin promptly.
  • All pictures with THS prom attendees must be taken BEFORE the student arrives at the prom. Pictures will NOT be taken in the mall area after the Grand March concludes to allow proper dismissal of the community.
  • THS Grand March participants will NOT be allowed to re-enter the mall area after the conclusion of the Grand March. Prom attendees will NOT be allowed to interact with the public after the Grand March.
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All students attending the Junior-Senior Prom must adhere to all rules concerning Prom including dress code, attendance, age, etc.  Students must have their school ID or driver's license with them in order to enter the Prom.  Students will not be allowed to exit and re-enter the building.