Policies

Parent Participation

Parent Participation options open after you have purchased a ticket.

1800 invitations for Prom 2017 were assembled with help from dozens of parents.

It Can't Be Done Without You!

The Texas Christian Homeschool Prom is only possible because of the amazing talent, cooperation, and support of homeschool parents.

Homeschool Families Working Together

Registered homeschool families are required to do one chore (~ 4 hours) for each student attending prom, so plan to sign up if:

  • You are a homeschooling family and
  • You have a high-school age student attending prom, regardless of whether the student is purchasing a ticket or redeeming a Guest Voucher

There are several options for chores, and different ways you may have a chore assigned.

  • Chore Choice (Sign Up and Show Up)
  • Invitation-Only
  • Financial Contribution
  • By the end of January, everyone should have a prom job assigned. You may have accepted an Invitation-Only task, chosen a task from the Chore Choices page, or made a Financial Contribution. For any family who still needs a task to meet their Parent Participation requirement, a team of callers will help get them plugged in to an available task.
Extenuating Circumstances

If your family situation compromises your ability to contribute in any way, please check the box on your registration indicating you have extenuating circumstances, and explain your situation in the notes. A prom representative will contact you to determine how we can work with you to satisfy your Parent Participation requirement.

Families of Guests and Alumni

Families of all homeschool students have a Parent Participation requirement, whether the student purchased a ticket or redeemed a Guest Voucher. However, families of non-homeschooled guests and homeschool families with only alumni attending do not have a Parent Participation requirement.