Below is the Prom dress code as of 3/29/2018.
Prom Dress Code 2018
Prom Dress Code
Administrators reserve the right to deny entry due to dress code violations or for students who are in direct violation of the student code of conduct. If you have any specific questions, please see Mrs. McRae or Administration for clarification. Students are encouraged to show a picture of the dress to be checked if they have any questions about approval.
Yes, you can, but all non-SCHS Prom dates MUST be approved.
Remember, your date can not be currently suspended from their high school. They must also not have a pending felony charge, be serving probation for a felony charge, or have 10 or more days of suspension this current year. They must be under 21 years of age. A background check will be preformed before your date will be approved. Date Approval form are due April 15, 2018 which is just before ticket sales end. You must wait to hear your date is approved. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS IF THIS IS NOT COMPLETED PROPERLY. Once this form is closed, only emergency situations will be considered. Please be aware that all persons coming to the prom may be checked for inappropriate items. This includes the vehicle they come in.
Link to 2018 Prom Date Form: docs.google.com/a/pitt.k12.nc.us/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfQG8S9147zX1mZ0b0j3XWj4Klh4ivou2EpSErMJcEPMoTWmA/viewform
Prom 2018 is.....wait for it......
Prom tickets usually will go on sale after spring break. The cost for the 2017 Prom tickets was $40 per ticket or $20 per ticket for seniors who attended last year as a junior. Please note, these prices may be different for the 2018 Prom.
Best practice is for college-bound seniors take the SAT and/or the ACT during the Spring of their Junior year. If necessary, students should plan on taking one or both tests again as soon as possible during the Senior year to improve scores for college admission applications.
Students do take the ACT during their junior year at SCHS for FREE. It is important that Juniors take full advantage of this opportunity and do their best on this test as these scores can be used for college applications during their Senior year.
.FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. This form is used to determine the amount of money a family is expected to contribute to the price of attending a postsecondary institution. The results of the FAFSA are used in determining student grants, work study, and loan amounts.
This document is FREE to file at https://fafsa.ed.gov/.
Have we started selling ads for senior parents/families? If so, what information do you have to share about the adds (prices, ideas, etc...)?
We will start selling senior ads during the month of October. I will have order forms available in room 103, and I will be sending PDF copies of the order forms to you and to Paula Elks to post to websites. Pricing and directions for ads will be included on those order forms.
Senior quotes are selected during the spring semester.
The 2017 current yearbook price is $70.00, and there are add-ons that can be purchased as well. Near the end of January, the price normally goes up to $75.00. Students can order by visiting www.smart-pay.com and entering the name of our school. Please note, these prices are subject to change for following years.
If a student took the drape/tux picture, but they are unhappy with it, can they retake it? If so, when and how do they coordinate an appointment?
Senior drape and tux pictures will be taken Tuesday, October 6th, from 8:30am to 12:00pm. This is for students who want retakes AND for students who missed the summer appointments. Students will be called by last name throughout the morning (no appointment needed). Students who are not normally on campus in the morning should sign in and report directly to the auditorium any time between 8:30am and 12:00pm.