For the 25th consecutive year, area Junior and Senior High School students will soon be encouraged through a series of ads on the radio and the internet, along with events and assemblies, to sign the Prom Pledge.
All participating students will receive printed pledges and will register by signing a giant Prom Pledge card in the school lobby. This signed pledge promises the student’s families and fellow classmates that they will stay Alcohol & Drug Free during prom season. This giant card will be displayed at the school’s prom as a reminder for students to keep the pledge.
Students: Display the Prom Pledge hanger on your car’s rear view mirror as a daily reminder of the promise you made at your school’s assembly. Then, after the Prom, drop your signed hanger off in the designated area at your school to be entered into the Prize Drawings which include tickets to area concerts, Carowinds, and local events as well as a chance to win the Grand Prize of an iPad.
Participating Prom Pledge Schools
Indian Land High School
April 15, 2:00 p.m.
South Pointe High School
April 17, 8:30 a.m.
Rock Hill High School
April 21, 8:30 a.m.
Northwestern High School
April 21, 2:00 p.m.
Clover High School
Great Falls High School
Lancaster High School
Nation Ford High School
York Comprehensive High School
2015 Community Partners:
Keystone Substance Abuse of York County and York County All on Board Coalition
Fort Mill Ford, Upper Palmetto YMCA, Rock Hill Coca-Cola, B&B Distributors, Agape Senior
Will Lou Gray Opportunity School, Honeybaked Ham, Norman Hege Jewelers, Air-Tek Heating and Air Conditioning, Good Pharmacy
Wing-Bonz, AgSouth, 529 College Fund, Honda Cars of Rock Hill, Paul Davis Restoration, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Johnathan Brown Electric,
AllState Agent Blake Crook, Badcock Furniture, Comfort Systems Heating and Air Conditioning