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Ticket Information:

Due to COVID restrictions, attendance is limited to 192 students this year.  Tickets are sold first come, first serve.

Tickets are on sale before or after school ONLY and may be purchased in room 416.  You may pay with cash or check until March 4.  Starting March 7, tickets are cash only.

Virtual Academy students may make arrangements to purchase tickets in the front office after school.  They MUST coordinate with Mrs. Arena via email,



In order to plan appropriately, we encourage students to buy their tickets early.

For the month of February, tickets are $40.00 each.

Tickets bought from March 1-11 will be $70 each.

After March 11, tickets will be $90 each, cash only.


JCHS Junior-Senior PROM
Date:  March 19, 2022

Time:  8pm-11pm

Location: Rock Eagle Conference Center

EMC/Senior Pavilion
Eatonton, Georgia

Theme:  A Night Under the Stars


 Crowning of Prom Queen and King at 10:30pm


Fine Print: 


Eligibility to attend:

Students who are academically considered juniors and seniors are invited to attend.  However, an invitation does not automatically indicate eligibility to attend. Students must have paid their junior dues (currently $35), have a good attendance record, and good behavior record.  Students also must not have any outstanding financial obligations to the school.  See the student handbook  (pages 22 & 29) for details. Juniors and seniors may bring guests from other grades or schools with some restrictions.  If the guest is a JCHS student, behavior and attendance requirements are strictly enforced. (No guest form is required for JCHS students.) No middle school students are allowed.  No adults over age 20 are allowed. If your guest attends another high school, or is not in school, a guest form must be completed. Guest forms are available outside of room 416 at JCHS or you may click HERE to print a copy.  You may not buy a ticket for your guest until the guest form is completed and signed by an administrator from JCHS.



The prom is a formal event.  Students are expected to dress appropriately.  See the student handbook for more details.   

Prom Dress Code

Parents: The Prom is a student event. No parents will be allowed.