There's No Place Like Prom!

 

Tickets can only be purchased in advance by clicking here. Tickets are available April 7-16, for $20 (plus processing fee of $1.94) or $25 cash at the door on Saturday, April 17.

Dance Information:

  • Location: The Cotillion
  • Time: 8:30-11:30pm
  • Face masks are required.
  • Bring your ticket receipt to be scanned at the door along with student I.D.

Spirit Week Information:

Monday 4/12: We’re Not in Kansas Anymore

  • Students would dress up in their best country gear! Plaid shirts, cowboy boots, and overalls are welcome! No face paint or hair dye, no tank tops, no shorts (even over pants), no leggings, yoga pants, nothing with holes or rips.

Tuesday 4/13: Poppy Field PJ Day

  • Students can wear their favorite appropriate/modest PJs (such as sweatshirt/sweatpants/etc.) to school and their (ruby red) slippers. No face paint or hair dye, no tank tops, no shorts (even over pants), no leggings, yoga pants, nothing with holes or rips.

Wednesday 4/14: REMOTE LEARNING DAY

Thursday 4/15: Lions, and Tigers, and Bears, Oh My!

  • Students are to dress up as their favorite character from the movie, The Wizard of Oz. No face paint or hair dye, no tank tops, no shorts (even over pants), no leggings, yoga pants, nothing with holes or rips.
  • A costume contest will be held after school. The contestants will be sorted into juniors and seniors, and freshmen and sophomores. The winners will receive a prize.

Friday 4/16: No Place Like Bishop Carroll Catholic High School

  • Students will wear ultimate pride! No face paint or hair dye, no tank tops, no shorts (even over pants), no leggings, yoga pants, nothing with holes or rips.
  • Throughout the week, we will collect comments from the juniors and seniors on what makes Bishop Carroll unlike any other high school. These aspects of Bishop Carroll will be shared over the announcements at the beginning of each hour on Friday.
  • Pep Rally During House – Juniors/Seniors (on separate sides of bleachers in AC). Freshmen/Sophomores livestreamed in their Houses.
 
Image by Senior Abagail Lyle.
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