Grad Nite 2020

Grad Nite will be held on Friday, June 5, 2020

The students will enjoy the day at Disney's California Adventure Park and then attend a private Disney California Adventure® Park experience with dance parties from 9:00pm to 2:00am.   

Ticket sales November 12th, 13th and 14th during lunch on the Quad

Ticket cost is $170

Please have exact cash or if paying by check, make check payable to:  SRHS Grad Nite

The following items are required to purchase a ticket:

Bus assignments

If students wish to sit with friends on the bus, they must purchase tickets at the same time. We fill the buses as tickets are purchased. There will be no switching buses once they are set. No exceptions.

SRHS GRAD NITE 2019 IS A COMPLETELY VOLUNTARY EVENT SPONSORED BY THE SRHS FOUNDATION GRAD NITE 2020 COMMITTEE FOR THE SAFETY AND ENJOYMENT OF THE GRADUATING SENIORS.


Please review the 2020 DISNEYLAND® RESORT GRAD NITE POLICIES & EXPECTATIONS

Volunteers

If you'd like to volunteer to help sell Grad Nite tickets November 12th, 13th or 14th at lunch,  please contact Linda Hoover.

Falcon Legacy Pavers

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Falcon Legacy Pavers - Make Your Mark!

Pavers are installed in the center courtyard (Quad) at Scripps Ranch High School.  The Falcon Court Pavers have been a school tradition since 1994, leaving a legacy like none other for future generations.


Celebrate your student’s graduation with this same custom-engraved paver, celebrating their accomplishments and recognizing the end of their high school years.


The paver is engraved with your student’s name, year of graduation, life motto or symbol, it’s all up to you.


Paver cost is $100.  All proceeds will go towards Grad Nite. 


Deadline for Orders is Friday, April 3,  2020

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Paver Symbols/Clipart

As an option you can add up to 2 symbols to your paver. 

FAQ's

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What is the date and time of Grad Nite 2020?

Grad Nite will be held on Friday, June 5, 2020 at 9:00am through June 6, 2020 at 5:00am.


Is the ticket a park hopper between both Disneyland and California Adventure Park?

No. Grad Nite tickets are given out on a lottery basis by Disney. SRHS students were selected to receive a Disney's California Adventure Ticket and attend a Grad Nite Party at Disney's California Adventure from 9pm-2am on June 5, 2020.


My student already has a Disney annual pass. Do they need to purchase a Grad Nite ticket?

All students who wish to participate in SRHS Grad Nite 2020 at the private party held at Disney CA Adventure Park must purchase a ticket. The students will be given a specific wrist band to attend the private party held at Disney CA Adventure Park. 


How many Grad NIte 2020 tickets are available to purchase?

Disney selects schools on a lottery basis and determines the allotted tickets based on the school's prior years attendance. Disney confirmed 400  tickets for the Class of 2020.


If Grad Nite 2020 sells out, would Disney provide more tickets?

An inquiry has been made, and at this time there are currently no more tickets available. Disney requests that we check back at a later date to see if any tickets become available.


Do the students have to ride the bus?

Disney requires that all students must arrive together with their school in buses, large vans or chaperone-driven vehicles.


Do legacy pavers have to be purchased at the time of the Grad Nite ticket purchase?

No. Legacy pavers can be purchased up until April 3, 2020. 100% of profits go towards Grad Nite 2020. Funds may go towards unexpected expenses, security, school custodial service, bus overtime, etc.  

Legacy Paver order form


How many chaperones are needed?

Disney requires that there be 1 chaperone (over 25 yrs of age) per 20 students. Chaperones tickets and transportation on chartered bus are free. Chaperones must abide by the 2020 Disneyland Resort Grad Nite Policies and Expectations. We will know how many are required after ticket sales are completed.


Why can't we make payments online or pay by credit card?

The Grad Nite 2020 Committee can only accept check or cash as payment at this time. Each year there is a new Grad Nite Committee and it is unknown what the Grad Nite event will be. While processing online payments would be easier for some, there are costs/fees involved and the possibility of the payment getting mixed in with other payments the SRHS Foundation receives. In addition, there is a lot of paperwork for the parents/students to review and sign because Grad Nite is not a school sponsored event. This event also involves chartered bus transportation where the students will want to sit with their friends which is why they need to purchase together. In order to keep track of students to and from the Grad Nite event, they are specifically assigned to buses and chaperones.

Estimated Timeline

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This is an estimated timeline for the day:

Friday, June 5th

  • 9:00 – 10:00am – Check-In at Scripps Ranch High School (PLEASE BE ON TIME)
  • 10:00 - 11:00am Buses Leave Scripps Ranch High School
  • 12:00am - 1:00pm Arrive at Disney California Adventure Park
  • 9:00pm – 2:00am Private Party at Disney California Adventure Park


Saturday, June 6th

  • 2:00am – 3:00am Load Buses
  • 3:00am – Buses Leave Disney California Adventure Park
  • 4:30 - 5:00am – Arrival at Scripps Ranch High School

PLEASE BE ON TIME

Please be on time so check-in can go quickly and smoothly so we can load buses and leave.

We are highly encouraging students to be dropped off and picked up.

It will be an exhausting day and they may be too tired to drive home.

Breakfast items will be available for students

Rules/Guidelines

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Check-in begins promptly at 9:00am at the High School. Students may park in the school lot or be dropped off. PLEASE BE ON TIME so we can depart for Disneyland on time and enjoy the day.
 

IF FOR SOME REASON YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO ATTEND GRAD NITE, 

PLEASE CONTACT Linda Hoover at 858.717-5023


***THERE ARE NO REFUNDS***
 

1- Students will not be permitted to bring their own backpacks OR purses - cinch sacks will be provided to each student for carrying personal belongings into Disneyland.
 

2- NO PERSONAL FOOD or BEVERAGES will be allowed onto the buses. Snacks and water will be provided once students are on the buses. No outside food or beverages can be brought into Disneyland.  

3- Suggested items to bring:

  • Student photo ID (Required)
  • empty water bottle
  • jacket
  • hat
  • sunglasses
  • sunscreen, chapstick
  • wallet /$$
  • cell phone
  • cell phone charger


4- DO NOT bring items such as: bluetooth speakers, selfie sticks, glass containers and items that look like weapons. Students will not be allowed to check-in with prohibited items.
Please click on the link for the complete list.
 

5- ABSOLUTELY NO DRUGS - All students will be screened for drugs and other prohibited items (with drug sniffing dogs) at the high school and again before entering Disneyland.  ONLY Students with a previously completed and submitted medication form are permitted to bring any medication items and ALL medications (in a clear zip-lock bag) will be turned in to chaperones at check-in.
 

6- Please dress appropriately. Students that violate Disneyland dress code requirements will not be permitted to check-in.  See Dress code policy.
 

ALL students are screened prior to check-in at the High School for prohibited items and proper dress.


Please review the 2020 DISNEYLAND® RESORT GRAD NITE POLICIES & EXPECTATIONS

Guest Courtesy and Dress Code Policy

Dinseyland's Guest Courtesy and Attire Policies

  • Proper attire, including shoes and shirts must be worn at all times.  Clothing that drags on the ground is prohibited in theme parks.  Clothing with multiple layers is subject to search.  We reserve the right to deny admission to or remove any person wearing attire that we consider inappropriate or attire that could detract from the experience of other Guests.  Visible tattoos that could be considered inappropriate, such as those containing objectionable language or designs, are not permitted.  There are specific costume guidelines for special events such as Halloween parties, please refer to the additional policies applicable to those events.


  • Costumes may not be worn in our theme parks by Guests ages 14 or older.


  • Masks may not be worn by any Guests ages 14 or older (unless required for medical purposes).  When worn by younger Guests, masks must provide unobstructed peripheral vision at all times with openings that allow the eyes to be fully seen.


  • Please show common courtesy to fellow Guests and our Cast Members not using profanity or engaging in unsafe, illegal, disruptive or offensive behavior, jumping lines or saving places in lines for others.  For you safety and the safety of others, please refrain from running.


  • Access to attractions depends on the safety rules for each attraction.

Contact Linda Hoover

Any questions, please contact Linda Hoover - the 2020 Grad Nite Chairperson

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SRHS Foundation

What is Grad Nite?

 Grad nite is a celebration for graduating seniors held on the weekend before their graduation.  It offers seniors a safe, sober, supervised, and fun place to celebrate with their classmates and friends. 

Why is Grad Nite so important?

 Statistics show that students celebrating on the evening of graduation can experience one of the most dangerous nights of their young lives.  Our goal is to provide a safe, sober and fun graduation related celebration.  We want to help you make your senior's high school graduation a memorable one - in a positive way.