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St. Anthony High School

Grad Nite 2018 at Disney's California Adventure

The following is a list of important things to know before coming to Grad Night

Payment

Grad Nite is already paid for. You do not need to purchase is ticket. Spending money for the day is all you will need.

Signed permission slips are required for all students, regardless of age. Permission slips can be downloaded from this site or picked up in the student life office. All permission slips are due by Wednesday, May 16.

On the day of Grad Night

We will depart from Clark Field at 4:00PM. The bus will not wait. Please make plans accordingly to get to the field for the 4PM departure. It is recommended that you eat lunch before arriving to the field.

Security Screening and Rules

Upon arrival to Disneyland, all students will enter through a private backstage screening area, where they will go through a security screening. Backpacks are not allowed. Small bags or sling bags are allowed, but are subject to search.  Pat-downs may also take place at this time.

In partnership with the Anaheim Police Department, Disney security will also be conducting screenings for banned substances. Screenings will include bag searches and the use of drug-sniffing canines. If bag searches and/or the drug-sniffing canines indicate the presence of an illegal substance, students will not be allowed in to the event. Furthermore, any SA senior found in possession of, or under the influence of, a controlled substance may be subject to immediate expulsion from St. Anthony High School.

Schools that violate this policy are subject to be banned from future Grad Nite events. Remember, attending Grad Nite is not a right, it’s a privilege. Don’t ruin it for future graduates.

Unacceptable Conduct: Excessive rowdiness, fighting, damaging property, foul language, and any illegal act(s) including stealing, shoplifting, and not following chaperone rules. Participants are expected to act in a socially acceptable manner deemed normal by civilized society. Failure to follow these rules will result in disciplinary actions, not excluding expulsion, from St. Anthony High School

Dress Code

The Disneyland® Resort Dress Code Guidelines have been established to ensure a safe event for all guests. Attire that is not appropriate for the theme parks (and which may result in refusal of admittance or ejection) includes but is not limited to:

  • Costumes or masks may not be worn at any time
  • Clothing with objectionable material, including obscene language or graphics.
  • Excessively torn clothing or loose fitting clothing which may drag on the ground and create a potential trip hazard
  • Clothing which, by nature, exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment.
  • Clothing with multiple layers are subject to search upon entry
  • Bare feet

In addition, SAHS will enforce these additional dress code guidelines.

  • Girls may not wear tops that expose shoulders (no spaghetti straps) or excessive cleavage. Jeans must be in good condition and not torn or ripped in any way. Leggings may be worn provided that her backside is completely covered with a long shirt or other top.
  • Boys must wear a collared shirt and jeans or pants that are not torn or ripped.
  • All outerwear must be in good taste. Offensive logos are not permitted. When in doubt, don’t wear it.

It is suggested that all participants wear comfortable shoes. A jacket or sweatshirt is recommended for the evening and late night.

Disneyland® Resort Security has the right to refuse admission to anyone they deem inappropriately dressed, so play it safe. You do not want to be sitting outside Disneyland or being sent home while your friends are inside the park having fun!

Getting the most out of Grad Nite

Upon arrival to the resort, and following the security screening, students will have full access to Disney’s California Adventure Park. The official Grad Nite party begins at 9PM, and all students must be in California Adventure at that time. The park will be closed to the public and only open to seniors. Once students are in the park, they are not permitted to leave until 2AM.

Following the completion of our backstage security screening, students and chaperones with a valid Grad Nite ticket will be issued a wristband. These wristbands must be worn at all times, and serves as your ticket to the Grad Nite party at California Adventure at 9PM

All students attending the Grad Nite 2018 private event from 9 p.m.-2 a.m. at Disney California Adventure® Park must have a valid ticket and wristband to enter.

Most rides in California Adventure will be open throughout the night for your enjoyment. In addition, there will be several dance parties going on throughout the park.

Food is not provided. You should plan on bringing spending money for food, souvenirs, gifts, etc…

At the end of the night

At 2:00AM, all seniors must check in at the fountain near the parking lot trams before returning to the bus.

We will return to Clark field at 3:00AM. Any student who is not driving must have their ride ready to pick them up at that time. Chaperones will not be waiting around at the field for anyone to be picked up. Make your plans to get home early so that nobody is waiting on you.

Questions? Please see Mr. McGuiness

Additional information from Disneyland has been attached, including dress code guideline (remember, St. Anthony has a dress code above what Disney provides) and policies and expectations.  See attached documents.