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CHARACTER, COURAGE, & COMMITMENT

Prom 2015

Parents/Guardians,

As we plan for the prom, we ask that you partner with us to ensure we maintain the integrity of our prom. Schools are undoubtedly a reflection of society. We ask that you guide your child on the side of modesty when preparing for the prom. We do understand that this is not a normal day of school and the dress is for a formal event. We understand formal dress does not necessarily meet the day-to-day dress code for schools; however, please also recognize that there is inappropriate behavior and dress that can compromise the integrity of our high school prom if we are not purposeful in our prom preparation.

We are mindful that this is high school prom, not an adult formal event; we hope you do as well.

We have listed some general guidelines to help you and your child make a good decision.

Girl Dress Code:  
 

Excessive cleavage is not allowed.

 

Dress may be backless, as long as it is not cut below the waist.

 

Navel or midriff may not be exposed.

 

Dress should not be excessively short or pulled up when dancing.

Boy Dress Code:  
  Suits or tuxedos should be worn.
  Shirts must be buttoned up to the second button from the collar.
  Pants should fit properly on the hip and not sag below the waistline.
   
   

 

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AP Art Students Exhibit Art Work at Local College

Four SCHS Advanced Placement Studio Art students exhibited their work in a high school art show at Piedmont College's Smith-Williams Gallery. 

Stephens County High School was represented by : Kaile Copelan , Christian Gonzalez, Keaskia Thompson and Ben Whiten.

Kaile Copelan, watercolor, The Homecoming

Christian Gonzalez, acrylic on canvas, Wrapped in Thought

Keaskia Thompson, watercolor and acrylic, Mother's Painful Love

Ben Whiten, watercolor, Headstrong

Immunization Requirements Revised

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INGLES TOOLS FOR SCHOOLS

If you have an Ingles Advantage card, please go to the link below. You have to just enter the school name (or city with drop down menu) and then it will ask for some information. Each year we are able to purchase some supplies through money that has been earned with the Ingles Tools for Schools program.

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