Homecoming Information 2021
Date: October 16, 2021
Time: 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
No students will be allowed to re-enter once they leave! Lock-in for the dance is from 9:00 to 10:30 pm.
Cost: $15 per ticket. Tickets are only sold online. Ticket sales begin September 27.
ANY STUDENT BRINGING A DATE FROM ANOTHER SCHOOL MUST BUY A SEPARATE TICKET (SAME PRICE) AND HAVE MS. RUSSELL’S SIGNATURE, APPROVING THE DATE. THE GUEST MUST BRING AN ID, PREFERABLY A SCHOOL ID, ALONG WITH HIS/HER TICKET TO THE DANCE AND MUST HAVE THEIR PERMISSION SLIP TURNED IN TO MS. RUSSELL NO LATER THAN THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14.
Notes: Homecoming Court will be announced at 10:00 p.m.
Dress Guidelines: This year’s Homecoming Dance is a semi-formal to formal event that requires traditional, modest attire. Please dress appropriately. We have the right to refuse admittance to anyone who is not dressed accordingly. Please do not wear costumes or other gimmicky attire.
Masks are recommended and strongly encouraged
Attire should be modest in nature. Spaghetti straps and strapless dresses are permitted. In all cases, neck and bust lines should provide more than sufficient coverage. Dresses should be no shorter than knee length. Backless dresses should not extend below the mid-back and no portion of the midriff, whether through sheer material, two-piece dresses, or direct cut-outs, should be exposed. If your attire is determined to be too revealing at the door, you may be required to leave to change. If you are not sure whether your attire is appropriate, please see the Dean of Students (Ms. Russell) for approval well in advance.
Dress suits or shirts with ties and dress pants are to be worn. Males (whether guests or Antonian students) are not allowed to wear earrings.
Everyone, including guests who are not from Antonian, must adhere to the school’s standards and rules in order to attend Antonian’s Homecoming Dance, so please share these guidelines with your son or daughter’s guest. Anyone not following the guidelines may be asked to leave.
Now is a good time to begin to discuss with your child appropriate ways to enjoy the night which certainly should not include consumption of substances that are illegal for teenagers and activities that are not appropriate for students who abide by Antonian’s core values.