Dance Tickets

WTHS Dances


Ticket Information

Homecoming (October 5, 2019): Homecoming 2019 dance tickets will be sold starting on September 16 and end September 19 at 11:59 p.m. Absolutely no tickets will be sold after September 19. Alumni Guest Requests must be submitted online in order to receive approval. Visit the Homecoming webpage for additional information.

Turnabout (February 22, 2020): Turnabout 2020 dance tickets will be sold starting on February 3 and end February 6 at 11:59 p.m. Absolutely no tickets will be sold after February 6. Visit the Turnabout webpage for additional information.

Prom (May 9, 2020): Prom 2020 tickets will be sold starting on April 4 and end April 8 at 11:59 p.m. Absolutely no tickets will be sold after April 8. Visit the Prom webpage for additional information.


School Dance Policy (All Dances)

Dances are a privilege for students of WTHS to attend. WTHS students must present their current school ID upon entering any school-sponsored dance. All school dances and events are drug and alcohol free events. In order to attend, all students and outside guests must remain drug and alcohol free for the duration of the event. By purchasing a ticket and attending the dance or event, students agree to all rules and conditions of a Warren Township High School function. All rules in the Student Handbook will be enforced. In addition, dancing that is defined as sexually explicit or otherwise inappropriate will not be allowed. Students will be given one warning, and additional contact with staff will result in the parent or guardian being notified and the student will be removed from the dance. If students are unable to adhere to the requirements, parents will be notified and appropriate action will be taken including but not limited to: school discipline, referral to local law enforcement, loss of privilege to attend future dances and/or events.

No student will be permitted to purchase a dance ticket if they have any of the following outstanding fees: lunch fees, athletic/activity participation fees, fines (i.e. textbooks), co-curricular fundraiser money or any outstanding school fee.