Winter Formal 2012 heating up fast for Torrey Pines students

“Fire & Ice” is the theme for the Torrey Pines High School Winter Formal this year. The dance is heating up Saturday, Feb. 4,, and will be held at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center at Balboa Park from 8-11 p.m.

Surrounded by fire and ice, DJ Extreme will be playing all of the top student requested songs and Keane Studios will be taking both traditional and new green screen photographs against an ice cube backdrop. Freddy Falcon may even make a surprise visit.

Cheer mom and professional florist Sandra Weaver is creating beautiful fire red and ice white rose corsages and boutonnieres for students that can be purchased along with their tickets.

Tickets are now on sale during lunch and will continue through the Friday before the dance. During finals, which are half days, ticket sales will be immediately after school. Students can save $5 per ticket by purchasing their tickets the first week of ticket sales. From Jan. 18-20 tickets are $35 with an ASB card/$40 without, and from Jan. 23 – Feb. 3, they are $40 with an ASB card/$45 without.

Tickets and flowers may be purchased individually or as a package. Corsages are $28 and boutonnieres are $14. The ticket and flower package includes 2 tickets, 1 corsage and 1 boutonniere. From Jan. 18 – 20 the package is $110 with an ASB card/$120 without, and from Jan. 23 – Feb. 3 it is $120 with an ASB card/$130 without. Flowers will be available for pickup on Friday, Feb. 3, after school. Photo packages can also be purchased during ticket sales

Torrey Pines High School student guests are welcome. Students who wish to bring a guest must obtain approval from school administration prior to ticket purchases. Guest forms are available on the school website.

Winter Formal is the main fundraiser for the TPHS cheer teams. Parents of the cheerleaders have been planning this event for several months with input and help from the cheerleaders. The varsity cheerleaders voted on this year’s “Fire & Ice” theme for Winter Formal. To kick-off preparations for the dance, cheerleaders handed out “Save the Date” icicle candies to students the past several weeks. Cheerleaders are also helping make decorations for the dance and sell tickets. TPHS Cheerleaders and parents have been working hard to make Fire & Ice the most exciting Winter Formal yet.

For more information about Fire & Ice Winter Formal 2012, go to www.tphs.net.

Related posts:

  1. Buy tickets now for Torrey Pines High School Winter Formal
  2. Torrey Pines High School Cheer fundraiser to be held Aug. 20
  3. Torrey Pines High School Foundation schedules spring fundraiser
  4. Torrey Pines dancers to present ‘Expression Session’ June 11
  5. Torrey Pines celebrates homecoming after two big wins

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