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Grad Night 2017
What is Grad Night?
Grad Night is an annual all-night and all-inclusive party that allows seniors to celebrate together one last time after graduation. More than "just a party," Grad Night is a commitment by parents, school and the community to conduct a great, once in a lifetime celebration that is alcohol and drug free on a night which is statistically one of the most dangerous nights of our children’s lives. It is a unique and spectacular celebration which builds a spirit of togetherness among the graduates as they celebrate with old friends for one last time.
This annual Mount Si tradition is an evening full of surprises, activities, entertainment, food and prizes all held at a “secret” location (or locations). This PTSA sponsored and planned party will take place immediately following graduation on June 9, 2017. Students will depart shortly after the graduation ceremony and the celebration will last all night with an expected return back to the high school around 6am.
Grad Night 2017 will be an unforgettable event full of great memories and a chance to spend one last evening celebrating with high school classmates – your student will not want to miss it!
How can you help?
Our goal is for all Class of 2017 students to attend this event, so first and foremost, please sign up your child and have him/her encourage their friends to attend as well. The PTSA has already booked our venue(s) and planning for entertainment is underway. There are very real costs to securing these items, so signing up sooner rather than later will be a tremendous help.
The Grad Night committee strives to keep the cost as low as possible while still giving students a magnificent night to remember. In order to ensure that every student who wishes to attend is able to, the PTSA is offering a convenient payment plan option and will offer as many scholarships as possible.
We are very excited to coordinate this event for the graduating Class of 2017! It promises to be a magnificent opportunity for graduates to celebrate this important milestone in a safe and memorable way.
Frequently Asked Questions about Grad Night
Who can come to Grad Night?
Only graduating seniors of Mount Si High School are invited to attend.
How much is a ticket for Grad Night?
Early Registration $175 through August 31st. $185 September 1 - March 30th and $200 after March 31st.
What is the refund policy?
We will spend every penny to make it a great party, so we cannot offer refunds or transfers.
What is the location, date, and time of Grad Night 2017?
Grad Night 2017 will start immediately following Graduation on June 9, 2017. The location changes every year and is kept a well-guarded secret.
Why is the location kept a secret?
To insure that Grad Night remains a safe, sober, and drug free event the location is a closely guarded secret and cell phones are collected from students when boarding the bus. This is done in order to prevent "crashers" from jeopardizing the integrity of this fun and popular event.
How can I get hold of my graduate during Grad Night?
Since cell phones will be collected from students when they board the bus for Grad Night it will not be possible to casually communicate with your graduate that night. The Grad Nite committee/chaperones will have emergency contact information for each attending graduate should a situation arise that requires communication with parents.
Can a senior come to Grad Night at any time?
Students must check in and board the buses immediately following graduation. We will call families of registered students who do not get on the bus to notify them of the student's absence.
What is the point of Grad Night?
Grad Night is a safe, alcohol- and drug-free party to celebrate graduation and the official end of high school years. Graduation is unfortunately a dangerous day for teens: there have been many tragic accidents as kids drink and drive. To avoid having this happen to our kids, parents come together to plan a party that seniors will love.
Please help protect our graduates: