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Class of 2019 Dues

Dues of $50 total are required for each student.

These are set in small yearly amounts to offset the

costs incurred by students as seniors.                                                                                   

9th grade dues are $10                      

10th grade dues are $15                               

11th grade dues are $25.


These costs cover:

Senior Prom tickets             

Prom Decorations

Senior Activities

Senior Scholarship Night

Honor’s Night

Graduation Decorations

Graduation Program

Security for Graduation

*If a senior chooses to not attend prom, Dues are $30.00. 

If a student has not paid their dues, the $50 or any remaining amount is due no later than February 12, 2019.    Please remember that the cap/gowns will be ordered in October.  The student is responsible for the entire cap/gown payment in February.  Since the orders will already be placed, no changes may be made to the order after that deadline.  Checks for both dues and cap/gown payments should be made out to Stephens County High School (SCHS). 


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