Grad Night is Approaching!

Updated: May 20


Get ready Seniors! Grad Nite is only a matter of days away, taking place on May 31st. Participating seniors will depart Minarets at 4 pm, and will begin their night at Six Flags Magic Mountain at 9 pm lasting until 5 am. Students will arrive back to the school at approximately 10 am on June 1st.

While Grad Nite is undoubtedly a time for thrills, there are some important ground rules to remember; especially the dress code, which applies to not only students, but guests and chaperones, as well. Participants are required to comply in order to be granted entry. Dress code specifications are listed down below.

As a whole, Grad Nite is expected to be an exciting adventure for everyone involved. It is ultimately a night to celebrate seniors for their hard work and time at Minarets High School, while being an opportunity for the Class of 2018 to bond before beginning a new chapter of their lives.

DRESS CODE:

NO TO:

  • T-shirts or Tank Tops of any kind

  • Shorts of any kind

  • Skirts/Skorts

  • Backpacks or any large duffle bags

  • Clothing affiliated with a school, sports team, group, club, etc.

  • Clothing in poor condition

  • Extremely revealing clothing

  • Briefcases, hip packs, camera bags, tote bags, oversized purses

  • Headwear of any kind

  • Clothing or belts with spikes, sharp studs, chains.

YES TO:

  • Collared shirt (required for gentlemen)

  • Jeans

  • Comfortable shoes are recommended

  • Khakis or dress pants

  • Purses (no larger than 8.5” x 11”)

  • Capri’s and Leggings

  • Blouses

  • Jackets/Sweatshirts/Sweaters

  • Any apparel purchased at Six Flags Grad Nite


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