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All Night Party

Countdown to the All Night Party!

The Tradition Continues . . .

. . . a graduation celebration

organized by KPHS parents and community members.

Class of 2017 All Night Party

Sunday, June 11th until Friday, June 12th

Check-in 10 pm – 11 pm.

Check-out 5 am.

Seniors tell us it’s the best night of the year!

2017 Registration is open on FamilyID.

a button that reads 'Register Now' with a 'Powered by FamilyID' stamp on the bottom of it

Since 1990 the King Philip Parents’ Network has organized and run a  safe and memorable All Night Party for graduating seniors on the night of graduation. Graduates can play blackjack at our Casino Royale, take a “ride” in the cash cab, dance to the music provided by our DJ, have a blast posing for pictures in the photo booth,  get a tattoo from one of the airbrush tattoo artists, and fall under the influence of the after midnight hypnotist and more – it is a night full of games, activities, music, and food.


Your son/daughter’s RSVP for the All Night Party is not complete until he/she has provided a contract and payment or a fee waiver is received. Contracts can be signed electronically on FamilyID or contact us to make other arrangments.

THE BEST AND EASIEST OPTION and PREFERRED METHOD IS TO REGISTER ON FAMILYID AND PAY AT CHECK OUT BY CREDIT CARD.

HOWEVER, YOU CAN REGISTER ON FAMILYID and pay by CHECK, OR CASH or request a fee waiver.

PAYING BY CHECK OR CASH: Please make checks payable to the King Philip Parent Network and in the memo line note that it is for the ANP and include your students name/homeroom. When paying by cash, please also add a note including your students name and homeroom with your payment. Students may drop off payments to the Main Office or you can mail payments to Attn: ANP, King Philip High School, 201 Franklin St., Wrentham, MA 02093. FEE WAIVER: No student will be denied admission due to financial hardship. If your student needs financial assistance, please register here on Family ID, but your registration is not complete until your fee waiver request has been approved by us or Mrs. Rowe. For fee waiver approval, contact us at KP.All.Night.Party@gmail.com or Cheryl Rowe, KP Student Support Secretary at 508-384-1000 ext. 405 or by email at rowec@kingphilp.org. Requests for fee waivers and approvals are kept confidential.


Volunteers say the party is a blast!

This chaperoned event is run solely by volunteers. We need your help and support to make it a safe, memorable night for our KP graduating seniors.

Please don’t wait until your student is a senior to get involved. All KP community members are invited to volunteer. Parents, alumnae, family members & friends of Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior and Senior students are encouraged to help with the party and are an integral part in keeping this tradition going. Volunteering is a great way to connect with others and get involved in the KP Community. Even if you have only a few hours of volunteer time to spare, come sign up at the Kick Off or sign up here on our website at http://kpparentnetwork.org/all-night-party/volunteer-sign-up/ or drop us an email at KP.All.Night.Party@gmail.com.

Become part of the excitement!

MISSION STATEMENT: The goal of the King Philip All Night Party is to let new graduates know how important they are to the King Philip Community and to create a lasting memory for the students. Volunteers demonstrate their commitment to the safety and well-being of these young adults by providing an All Night Party from 11 pm to 5 am on graduation night as a drug and alcohol free environment in which they can celebrate with their classmates the milestone of receiving their high school diploma.

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