First Colonial High School’s Class of 2014 Important Dates and Information
Herff-Jones Representatives: If you need to order graduation announcements or caps/gowns, please visit www.herffjones.com or call the FC Rep, Mr. Thomas Bell
Graduation: Thursday, June 12, 2013 at 8:00 p.m. at the Virginia Beach Convention Center. Graduates must arrive no later than 6:45 p.m. Please read the letters from Dr. Nancy Farrell, Jobynia Caldwell, and Dale Holt for any clarification of decorum, dress, and/or safety issues. Graduation videos from VBTV will available in DVD format only; or you can record the broadcast at home using the enclosed schedule.
Herff-Jones Contact Information
Thomas and Caroline Bell
Lifetouch/Prestige Portraits Contact Information
Address: 1005 Hazel Court; Chesapeake, VA 23325
2014 Senior Prom information will be updated on March 1, 2014
Dance Guidelines for First Colonial Students
Dance Guidelines for Guests
Extreme or ostentatious apparel or appearance is prohibited. Seniors who arrive dressed inappropriately will not be admitted. Any article of clothing or accessory that advertises alcohol or any illegal substance, depicts lewd graphics, displays offensive or obscene language, or displays graphics or text that are gang related is forbidden. Duct tape gowns or tuxedos will not be permitted, nor will T-shirts, ragged pants or shorts. Bare midriffs will not be allowed.
Displays of affection at school-sponsored dances are inappropriate, and such behavior may result in removal from the dance and/or suspension.
Lewd or offensive behavior, including obviously suggestive dancing, at school-sponsored dances is inappropriate and may result in removal from the dance at the discretion of school administrators or faculty sponsors.
Seniors must dance with both feet on the floor in a vertical position.
Once seniors arrive at the Prom and check in, if they leave the prom, for any reason , they will not be readmitted. There are no exceptions to this policy .
Alcohol / Drug Policy
First Colonial High School has a ZERO tolerance policy for alcohol and drugs. Virginia law makes it unlawful for any person to manufacture, sell, distribute, possess, possess with the intent to sell, give, or distribute alcohol, any controlled substance, including marijuana, or any imitation controlled substance at any school-sponsored event. Violation of this law is a felony, and violators are subject to arrest and expulsion.