Tickets go on sale on Monday, March 6th for $65 at lunches or you may pay by credit card. Students must be in good standing behaviorally (no level 3 referrals) and have all debts paid with RHS prior to purchasing/attending Prom.
All students must complete the Prom Guest Agreement 2017 form when purchasing tickets. All non-Ridgewood students should complete Prom_Non-Ridgewood Student Guest Request 2017 and include a valid photo ID for administrative approval. Both items should be submitted to the front office no later than Thursday, March 30 at 3PM for approval.
The following dress code is applicable to all students and guests who wish to enter the Prom. All guests must comply with all school and Code of Conduct requirements. If you have questions concerning your dress, it is your responsibility to seek prior approval from administration. Any questions regarding dress should be resolved before that evening. Any student or guest who fails to meet any of the following conditions will be denied entry to the event:
- Dress Code for Young Men: Dress pants, dress shirt and dress shoes. A tie and jacket is strongly recommended. All pants must be securely worn around the waist. No “polo” style shirts will be allowed. Athletic shoe/sneakers (i.e. Nikes, Adidas, etc.) or work boots will not be permitted. The principal’s/designee’s decision is FINAL.
- Dress Code for Young Women: Must wear a dress, pant suit or gown that is in good taste. The outfit may not be made of see-through material. Strapless dresses are allowed; however, no open styles, which show the entire back or stomach areas are permitted. The back must completely be covered below the bottom of the young woman’s shoulder blades. All dresses must cover the midriff area completely. Front necklines shall not be lower than a line formed between the right and left armpit. This guideline governs cleavage and the principal’s/designee’s decision is FINAL. The dress length and all slits cannot exceed more than four inches above the knee.
- Dress Code for Both Young Men and Young Women: Students dressed inappropriately will be turned away at the door. Students will not be admitted wearing cargo pants, sneakers, jeans/denim, Dickies (or other casual pants), t-shirts, torn clothing, chains/spikes, sexually implicit or explicit clothes, shorts, hats and head coverings, bandanas, or items referencing tobacco or alcohol products. Adjustments made at the door or during the dance (including pinning, the addition of a jacket, the addition of a body suit, etc.) will not be accepted as solutions for violations of the dress code. The principal’s/designee’s decision is FINAL.
If you have any questions about dress code, please see an administrator.