We so appreciate youyou really did a great job "enthusing" the crowd! This is the first time we've seen this in over a decade. Several teachers came up and said this is amazing! No one has seen South Brunswick High School students stay this long. Jennifer Fennell, Prom Advisor - South Brunswick High School
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You are an exciting, involved DJ that really got the students into the party mode. Put us down again for next year! Etta Greene, Prom Advisor - Green Sea Floyds High School
We seldom see so many students, and such a wide variety of students dancingyou were very, very, VERY good! We definitely want you back for our next prom. Kelly Nettles, Prom Advisor - Fort Dorchester High School
You did a great job! The music was right on and the kids loved it! Dr. Paul Browning, Principal - Socastee High School
|Included are all styles of the best dance musicthe hottest hits of today and the chartbusting party favorites from the past. We make it our business to KNOW what you want to hear at your prom, as well as when to play it!|
The first and most important thing to say is, the kids enjoyed you. You were easy to work with and we would be happy to have you back again. Sara Fleming, Prom Advisor - Lancaster High School
We all enjoyed it and especially the kids who appreciated the variety of music that was played. I definitely want you back again next year. Jackie Bailey, Prom Advisor - Andrews High School
|Adding to the excitement are dazzling, full-throttle light shows, providing an array of effects projected over the dance floor, walls, and ceiling. You select the combination of lighting that is right for your prom from a wide variety of choices! Click Here For Lighting Packages|
Judging from the smiling faces and positive comments, everything was a success! The kids had a great time. Bambi Condrey, Prom Advisor - North Myrtle Beach High School
We really enjoy using your DJ services. Our students and faculty both like what you do. That's why we have you back each year. Willa Dean Williams, Prom Advisor - East Bladen High School
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Prom Pricing is contingent on the date of your event, duration, travel time, size of production, and size of your school. We look forward to working with you to make your next prom memorable, enjoyable, and exciting.
In the United States and Canada, a prom, short for promenade, is used to describe a formal dance held at the end of the high school academic year. While proms at smaller schools may be open to the entire student body, large schools may hold two proms, a junior prom for those finishing their 11th grade year and a senior prom for those who are finishing their high school years. The name is derived from the late nineteenth century practice of a promenade ball. The end of year tradition stemmed from the graduation ball tradition.
Boys usually dress in black tie (a dinner jacket and bow tie), sometimes with brightly colored cummerbunds or vests, though any sort of formal wear can be worn. Traditionally, girls gave boys matching boutonnieres to be worn on the tuxedos. Girls traditionally wear formal gowns or dresses adorned with a corsage given them by their date. Often, boys and girls will dress according to the theme of the prom - e.g. pastel suits for a Miami Vice-themed prom.
Common prom activities include dining, dancing, the crowning of a prom King and Queen, and socializing. In some cases, high school students accumulate funds for their class prom through fundraisers over the four years they attend their high school. High schools in or near large cities may rent ballrooms at expensive hotels or, to be unusual, venues such as a pleasure cruise boat. Many students group together to take limousines to their proms. Often costs are cut by using the school gym, which challenges the decorating committee to somehow mask the gym odor and drab surfaces. Music played during the dance portion of the event is normally the genre(s) most popular with the attendees.
Many high school students feel that prom is the most romantic night of their lives. They may go in a group that includes a person they have known for years; other times, students just try to find a date that they like. Many find it to be just as fun to attend with friends, not worrying about the dating aspect of the prom .
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