All-Night Party FAQs
What is the All-Night Party (ANP)?
The All-Night Party is a fun-filled, safe, entertaining, substance-free, chaperoned celebration on graduation night that is shared by almost 100% of the Senior Class. The party is chaperoned by Troy High administrators, teachers and many Troy High parents. All-inclusive tickets include great refreshments, casino games, volleyball, music, ping pong, fortune telling, tie dye t-shirts, photo booths, boxer bingo, and a hypnotist show. Students have many chances to win some fabulous prizes.
Where and when is the party?
The ANP will be held at Troy High. More details will come as available!
How do I get an ANP ticket?
Last Day to Buy Tickets is the day of cap and gown distribution. Paypal on the web for ticket price plus fee. As always, for our last minute friends, we will welcome students that did not pre-buy the ticket for $100 cash at the door. See the Ticketing page for more details.
Do I get an actual ticket I need to bring to the party?
No, you will not get an actual ticket or confirmation. Once a ticket has been purchased, the student's name will go on a list displayed at school and on our website. When he/she shows up at the party, the name will be on that list. No need to worry about lost tickets this way. If you pay online you will have a PayPal or credit card receipt but it's NOT required at the door.
Can I purchase a ticket for someone else or as a surprise for my student?
Yes! When you buy the ticket just state whom the ticket is for. If you want to keep it a surprise, note this also. As the ANP nears, a list is put up in the main hall to show students who is attending. If you want to keep the ticket a surprise, we can keep your student's name off this list.
What if I buy a ticket and cannot make the party?
There are no refunds except under extenuating family circumstances. In such a case, the family should submit a request in writing to the principal.
What if I don't remember if I purchased a ticket?
Names of who's attending will appear on the web and be available for view up until the party.
How can I help with the party?
We'd LOVE to have your help! Last year, over 200 parents volunteers worked together to make this party happen. If you'd like to volunteer to work one of the shifts, click on the Volunteer page to choose your time and task using Sign-Up Genius.
Can parents attend?
Parents can volunteer for a shift during the party. This is a fun way to help and watch the brand new grads enjoy their last big event at Troy High as they celebrate their graduation. It's a lot of fun for parents to participate in the night's events. Click on the Volunteer page to choose your time and task using Sing-Up Genius.
What kind of prizes are given out?
This differs from year to year, but lots of good ones! Everything from gift cards and electronics to Vera Bradley bags and men's suits.
What should my child wear?
Many kids wear shorts and their college t-shirts since the gym gets pretty warm, but bring along a sweatshirt for the final assembly in the auditorium.
What if my child gets sick or needs to leave the party before 5 am?
The parent will be called by a school administrator and asked to come pick up the child.
What if my student cannot attend due to financial constraints?
Please contact student's counselor for assistance.
Are cell phones allowed at the party?
Yes! We'll be tweeting updates to the kids throughout the night, too! We don't want anyone missing out on our fun activities!
Can students bring in a purse or backpack?
Yes, but they may prefer to leave their belongings in the secured bag room which is accessible to students all night. The security team will be searching bags at the entrance to eliminate beverages and unauthorized items. Please do not bring luggage, sleeping bags, pillows, food or drinks. List is subject to change.