Frequently Asked Questions

Below are our most frequently asked questions

When and where is my event?

Date, time, and location all vary per event. Please see your event details.

How much are tickets?

Price per ticket varies per event. You can see the price of the event on the event details page.

How do I pay for tickets?

You can pay for tickets through our website. Once you fill out the form on the page for the specific event, when you click the button at the bottom of the form, you will be taken to page where you can add tickets to the event to your online shopping bag. Once you're ready, go to your shopping bag and complete checkout.

Is there a deadline for purchasing tickets? Can I just get my tickets at the door on event night?

We do not have deadlines for purchasing tickets. However, we strongly encourage purchasing tickets as early as possible please! Each event must have a minimum number of attendees depending on the venue for the event to feel lively and full. If we do not meet our minimum number of attendees by roughly 2 weeks before the event, we will cancel the event because we don't want to host an event we feel students won't enjoy because of too few attendees.

Who can attend my event?

This varies per event. Some events we host are for any and all families locally, and some events are for homeschool families only. Some events have age restrictions, and other events do not (like Father/Daughter dances). Please see your event details for more information.

Will there be a professional photographer at my event?

Not at this time, unless you're a professional photographer and you want to volunteer! Students may bring their phones and take all the pictures they want. For some events we have a Photo Booth that students can use at their discretion.

What kind of music will be played at my event?

Music for the event will be provided by a professional DJ, who will play a variety of songs in a variety of genres. There will be no profanity; radio-edits or clean versions of songs will be played.

Will there be anything to eat at my event?

We will have a variety of hors d'oeuvres, snacks, punch, and water available throughout the night for every event. We encourage attendees to eat dinner before their event however.

Will there be chaperones at my event?

​Yes, we have chaperones and security at every event. Chaperones and security are selected from adult volunteers at the sole discretion of the Planning Committee.

Will there be a place for parents to wait or sit at the event?

Most event venues don't have separate spaces to accommodate waiting parents. We encourage parents of students who aren't old enough to drive to find something to do during the event, like go to a coffee shop or run errands.

What will happen if the event is cancelled?

We really strive to avoid cancelling an event if at all possible. We will only cancel an event if we absolutely have to. With that said, if we do have to cancel an event for any reason, we will reach out to ticket purchasers and offer to either transfer their tickets to a new event or to refund their ticket purchases. If we don't hear back from a ticket purchaser, we will refund their tickets by default. We won't ever keep anyone's money unjustly if we cancel an event. You 100% will receive a refund or get a credit to a different event (often at a discount for a more expensive event!)

What will happen if the event is postponed?

If we receive ample feedback about an event date we have planned, with people strongly requesting a new date (possibly because of other events happening on the same date that we didn't know about, for example), we may postpone an event. If we postpone an event, we will automatically move your ticket to the new event date. With that said, we know that the new date may not work for some who have already purchased tickets, so we will refund your tickets upon request if the new date doesn't work for you. Just let us know by replying to the email we send notifying about the date postponement, or by reaching out to us via our Contact Us page. We will make the situation right for you and your family.