Adventure awaits: Winter Formal will take Torrey Pines High School students around the world

Torrey Pines High School Cheer team is once again hosting the popular annual Winter Formal on Saturday, Feb. 2, at the Hall of Champions in Balboa Park.  Mark your calendars for the party of the year with music from MY DJ and a festive theme of “Adventure Awaits” featuring ports from around the world including Mexico, Paris, China, New York and Fiji!   Get your passports stamped and enter to win an Apple iPad!

Tickets go on sale at a $5 discount this week only starting Jan. 16. Tickets are $35 with ASB card and $40 without and will go up next week. Professional florist Sandra Weaver will be providing beautiful white and red corsages and boutonnieres for purchase. The Winter Formal will also feature Keane Studios to take great photographs of your special night. Or for the fun at heart there will also be a photo booth set up.

This is a “ladies ask the gentlemen” for the dance but there are no set rules on who asks who  – you can come solo or with a few friends  – so come one come all Torrey Pines Students! All non-Torrey Pines students invited as guests must be approved by Administration prior to ticket purchase.  Forms for guest approval are available at the student store.

For more information go to www.tphs.net.

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