Amy-Grace Ratanapratum! The Grad Night Committee would like to thank all the talented students that participated in the 2020 Annual Art Contest to design this year's logo for Grad Night. The artwork that was submitted was truly outstanding and it was a tough decision. It is with great pleasure that we announce that Amy-Grace [...]
FVHS parents have been providing our graduating seniors with a safe, sober, and unforgettable celebration on the night of their high school graduation for over 30 years; statistically one of the most dangerous nights of a young person’s life. It’s a time that they’ve been working towards for 12 long years and they’re ready to celebrate, but sadly, many teens’ graduation celebrations turn out to be a life-changing tragedy.
This party is monumental! Planning to keep 600-800 students fed and entertained ALL NIGHT is no easy task. Unlike other school events, Grad Night can’t be planned one year at a time with new parents taking on the job just during their children’s senior year. We’re always looking for freshman, sophomore and junior parents to play a key role in continuing this tradition.
It may not be your child graduating this June, but if you want to see this great tradition continue, we need your help. Not only will your child have a wonderful time on their Grad Night, but you’ll also be helping to provide a safe and sober night of celebration for future FVHS graduates. Our past graduates who went to GradNight had great memories of the night. To see their testimonies, click here.
Please click here for information on ways to help. Future meeting dates and location can be found in our calendar.