Rockville High School After Prom Party






Volunteers: 60+ parents are needed to keep this event a success. Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior parents are asked to "pay it forward" and come out as chaperones, chefs, casino workers, and game workers during the event. You are guaranteed to have fun, meet new people, and get a glimpse into an important event that your own 9th, 10th, or 11th grade student will also experience in a few, short years. Anyone who has chaperoned in previous years will eagerly share that they enjoyed the experience. Freshman parents, this is a great initial step to getting involved!
Senior Parents are asked to come out to donate food, decorate before, and clean up after at 5am. 

Thank you to

State Farm Insurance for helping to keep our students safe and their generous support of the


Upcoming Events:

Bake Sale: Flower Valley ES

Bake Sale: Meadow Hall ES

Silent Auction

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Unable to donate time or attend an event?

Monetary donations greatly appreciated!

Past Events:

Freezer Meal Workshop

Scrapbook Day

The Rockville High School After Prom Party is THE party of the year and is held at the Longwood Community Center in Olney. Food, raffles with fantastic prizes for graduates, Casino Games, Music, Inflatable Games and Activities, and much more! ALL WEE MORNING LONG starting after the prom at approximately 12:30am and going strong until 5am.

This years' prom will take place on Friday, May 18, 2018 so the APP is early, early, early morning Saturday, May 19. Parents have been "paying it forward" on this alcohol-free, fun event for more than 20 years to keep our irreplaceable Rockville Seniors (and our community) safe on prom night.

What does an After Prom Party Cost?!!!!

Facility Rental: $700
Decorations: $2000
Activities: $6000
Prizes: $3700
Food: $1500
Mementos for seniors: $500
APP Tickets: $150
Police at event: $100
MCCPP Dues: $100

TOTAL : $14,600

Our students' safety? Priceless.


Why We Host The Party:

We think the reason we host the After-Prom Party is best summed up in the following video, produced by Rockville High School students in 2013

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