2024 ACCHE Prom Registration – Non-member

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Homeschool Student

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(No younger than 15 or older than 20)

Homeschool Prom Guidelines

  • Attendees must be ages 15-20 to attend.
  • Attendees must be currently homeschooled. An attendee may bring a date who is also a homeschool student. Your date will need to register separately.
  • Attendees are welcome to attend without a date; there will be many people attending without a date and just coming with a big group of friends to have fun!
  • Attendees bringing a date:
  • All couples MUST be male-female pairings.
  • The atmosphere of this Prom is intended to be a light-hearted, fun experience; not one of romance. Therefore no excessive PDA (sitting on laps, kissing) will be permitted.
  • Attendees must dress according to their gender assignment at birth, male or female.
  • No alcohol will be permitted on campus.
  • Once attendees have checked in, they will remain in the youth loft at all times. If an attendee needs to go to their car, they will be accompanied by a chaperone. If an attendee chooses to leave the premises, they will not be permitted to return.
  • Food: We will be asking attendees to help provide refreshments. Your willingness to bring refreshments helps up keep the cost of prom tickets down. A sign-up genius will be sent out shortly.
  • Attire:
  • Gentlemen: No jeans, shorts, t-shirts, flip-flops, or sandals. Dress pants and a button-up shirt are encouraged. Ties are not required but encouraged.
  • Ladies: Please remember that the goal is that you feel as beautiful as God made you to be, but also be able to dance freely without exposing yourself.  The word "modest" means something different to every person, so here are some guidelines to help:
  • Strapless, spaghetti straps, two-piece dresses are all allowed, but please be sure that necklines do not reveal inappropriate amounts of cleavage. All ladies are shaped differently and dresses fit differently, but as long as it is clear that your intent is not to show cleavage, you should be fine.
  • If wearing a two-piece dress, when your arms are raised there shouldn't be more than about an inch or two of separation, so it should be a full-length top piece.
  • Back of the dress: the small of your back should not be exposed; shoot for a few inches above the waistline.
  • See-through, mesh fabric: if there are portions of the bodice that are a see-through mesh, please be sure that the see-through portions are in line with the preceding guidelines of exposure.
  • Length of the dresses: It is very hard for ladies with longer legs to adhere to certain lengths. Just be sure that your dress is long enough that when someone is walking up the steps behind you, they cannot see up your dress; and another good rule is that when you sit down, most of the back of the top of your leg shouldn't be touching the chair; the dress should be able to be covering most of the back of your thigh even when sitting. A general guideline is no more than about 3 inches above the knee, but we are not going to be measuring. If you look like you're having to walk carefully to keep it down, it's probably too short and I don't see how you can dance in that anyway!
  • Feminine Pant suits are also allowed; you don't have to be in a gown.
  • Shoes... Most of us recognize those are for pictures and we quickly kick them off for dancing. :)
  • No shorts, t-shirts, jeans.

Homeschool Prom Code of Conduct

  • I will not smoke or bring any tobacco or vape products on site.
  • I will not consume alcohol the day of the event, and I will not bring any alcohol on site.
  • I will not let a single crude or vulgar word proceed from my mouth while at the prom.
  • I will not use any insulting, degrading, or bullying language toward any other guest.
  • My attire will comply with the guidelines, and if I am unsure if my attire meets the guidelines I know I may send a picture or ask Jessica Rice before the day of the event. (yearbook@acche.org)
  • If while on the dance floor I feel the desire to make any suggestive dance moves deemed inappropriate, I will restrain myself and consult the Holy Spirit.
  • There will be some couples’ dances, during which I will honor Jesus and my grandma while dancing with my date; leaving 6” for Jesus AND the Holy Spirit; and will remember that chaperones will be watching and if I attempt to kiss my date or get too close they WILL call my name out loud from the microphone and point out that I am disobeying. This prom is a zero-tolerance for making-out event.
  • This event is a “males who are dressed as males and females who are dressed as females” occasion. All couples must be male/female.
  • I understand that this Prom is an event being put on by volunteers, and I am invited to participate for a small fee. If I don’t like the rules I am welcome to keep my opinion to myself and not attend.
  • Once I arrive on the property, I will stay in the area of the prom. Chaperones will escort students to their car if they need to retrieve something. I understand that if students leave the dance, they are not permitted to return. .
  • I understand that Jessica Rice or a chaperone may ask me to leave at any point if they observe me breaking one of these guidelines, and if asked to leave I must make arrangements to do so immediately.
Student Agreement Signature*
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Prom Committee Contact
Jessica Rice