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227's YouTube "Chili" Prom Fail! From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the formal dance held at the end of an academic year. For other uses, see Prom (disambiguation). "Prom Queen" redirects here. For other uses, see Prom Queen (disambiguation). This article may contain original research or unverified claims. Please improve the article by adding references. See the talk page for details. (June 2008) This article may require copy-editing for grammar, style, cohesion, tone or spelling. You can assist by editing it now. (October 2008) A typical gathering, with boys in tuxedos, and girls in dresses with corsages on their wrists. A crowded dance-floor at a prom Decorating for prom, students and student advisors put finishing touches on a ballroom at a banquet hall.In the United States and Canada, a prom, short for promenade, is a formal (black tie) dance, or gathering of high school students, held at the end of senior year. In the United Kingdom, the term is more widely understood to be in reference to a season of classical concerts or "proms", which have been held between July and September since 1895, today run by the BBC. The British synonym for the North American event would be Leavers' Ball, Leavers' Dinner, Formal or informally Leavers' Do, closer to the Australian description, although in the UK, most schools have called the above events proms in imitation of the North American tradition. In Canada, Ireland and Australia the terms Grad or Formal are most common and the event is usually only held for those in their graduating year of high school or middle school. In Ireland, the event is also known as the Debs, derived from Debutante. While smaller schools may hold a school prom open to the entire student body, large high schools may hold two proms, a junior prom for those finishing their 11th grade year and a senior prom for those who are finishing their high school years. When the junior and senior proms are combined, it is sometimes traditional to have the junior class plan, organize, and even decorate the venue for the prom. Junior class attendees to a combined prom may still call the prom "Junior Prom". Proms are mostly attended by juniors and seniors, but some schools allow all classes to attend, usually requiring that one of the couple be an upperclassman. At some high schools, school administration may limit participation to students of the hosting school or of nearby schools. In rare cases, alumni may attend prom with students but the school may place age restrictions on such prom participants, such as requiring them to be under 21. The Junior and Senior classes may YouTube-Prom Fail
participate in fund raisers throughout the school year to reduce the prom cost. Prom tickets are sold at school and treated as school events. Prom tickets are traditionally purchased by boys for the couple, though they may also be bought individually. It is not unusual for people attending prom as friends to purchase a "couple's ticket," as the cost of half a couple's ticket is generally less than that of one for an individual. The name is derived from the late nineteenth century practice of a promenade ball. The end of year tradition stemmed from the graduation ball tradition. Pre-prom activities will typically include a visit to friends' homes for group photographs. A group of friends might rent a limousine to transport large groups to prom. Common prom activities include (but are not limited to) dining, dancing, the crowning of a prom King and Queen, and socializing. For high school proms in the US, some communities hold "post-prom", an activity run by parents, teachers, and community leaders for prom attendees after the formal events. Post-prom may be held at a different location from prom and might include raffles, games or a late night meal. Post-proms are organized to discourage after prom activities such as under-aged drinking and sexual activity. "Post-post prom" activities might be planned by couples such as trips to local parks or amusement parks often extending well into the next day after the prom evening. Some universities and colleges have proms as well, depending on the size of the graduating class in a faculty or department. Contents [hide] 1 Prom Attire 2 Related social gatherings 2.1 North & South America 2.2 Europe 2.3 Asia and Africa 3 See also 4 References  Prom Attire Boys usually dress in tuxedos, sometimes with brightly colored ties. Girls traditionally wear dresses. Girls may purchase their prom dresses from specialized shops, boutiques and more recently, internet retailers, potentially months in advance. There are dozens of specialized prom dress labels each releasing new collections each prom season. Some of the biggest labels include Mori Lee, Flirt, Precious Formals, Jovani, Sherri Hill (formerly a Jovani designer), Xcite and Tony Bowles. Despite the level of choice, one of the difficulties girls face when choosing a dress is the risk of wearing the same dress as another girl, which is considered socially embarrassing. Shops and boutiques have tried to deal with this problem by keeping dress register books. These shops will use this book to register the dress purchased against the name of the prom it will be worn to in order to avoid selling the same dress for the same prom. In 2009 this principle was taken a step further by UK company Prom Royalty, who launched an automated online dress register as part of their online prom dress shop. Traditionally girls will also wear a corsage given to them by their dates and girls give boys matching boutonnières to be worn on their lapel.  Related social gatherings  North & South America In Canada, most schools have the same traditions as Prom in the United States, except Prom is only held for the graduating class. There is no prom held for Grade 11 (except in the province of Quebec, where the graduating year is grade 11), it is strictly a ceremony celebrating the graduation from high school. In Argentina there are also proms or "fiestas de graduación" for students finishing their last year of high school. They will make a big party for teenagers in a local disco and school leavers usually wear a costume to be identified from the rest. They usually make a formal dinner with parents too, but students dress formally, boys in suit and girls in evening gowns. In Brazil, bailes de formatura are usual at the end of high school and at college graduation. There's no crowning of a king or a queen in any fashion, but nightgowns and suits are required. Family may or may not be included, and there's usually a live band playing in a rent ballroom, or at least a DJ is hired to command the music. In Chile, proms or "fiestas de graduación" (graduation parties) are usually held at convention centers or hotels after the "licenciatura" or graduation from High School, and sometimes after taking the PSU (Chilean University Entrance Exam) in December. Students are expected to dress with evening dresses and tuxedos. They are allowed to go with a date, whether it is their significant other, a friend, or a relative. It usually starts by dancing a waltz with the opposite sex parent, and a dinner. After the dinner, the parents leave, and the dance starts until the next day. Food like hors d'oeuvres and a small breakfast and alcohol drinks are available during the party. In Colombia many private schools usually have prom balls as well, usually consisting of a dinner, dancing, accompanied with live music, and contests. Hotels and clubs are usually booked for this purpose. In Peru, proms—"Fiesta de Promocion"—are usually held at hotels, convention centres or big residences (at the house of a graduating student, for isntance). The dress code is formal; some parents and teachers are often invited, but they don't stay the whole night. Dinner is served as well as alcoholic drinks and delicatessen; breakfast is often served the next day, at around 6-7 am. In the United States, Some American Christian high schools and colleges that disallow school-sponsored dances will host a Junior/Senior prom. Rather than dancing being the main planned event, a banquet is served. Typically, students still dress in formal attire and even bring dates.  Europe As described in the introduction, in British English, such an event might be called a ball. However, the term "prom" has also come into usage because of the influence of American movies and television. In the United Kingdom, the School Prom was unheard of until the late 1990s. It was believed to start in Cambridge where every school in the area had a special "School ball." As the idea proliferated throughout the UK from 2000, the name changed to a "School Prom." In Austria the last year in Gymnasium is celebrated with a ball (the so called "Maturaball") usually in January or February. This dance takes place before the exams are written. Normally the ball is pretty formal, so that all the students come either with dress or with a tuxedo or suit. Often the students invite their parents and other relatives to come to the ball with them. In Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia maturalna večer (translates as graduation night) is the event held at the end of the senior year and is similar to prom night in the United States. In Finland the equivalent of the prom is called Vanhojen tanssit. In France some engineering schools or universities hold "gala" which are held as social event each year gathering newly diplomed and newly entering students. The time of the year suitable for the gala depends of the traditions of the school, the time of the year of the official graduation, and so on. Galas are largely similar to prom but different in that the attendants are not necessarily students. Faculties, company executives, may be welcome. Depending of the size of the organization, the type of event changes from just dance to dinner, dance, casino, fashion show, etc. The gala could be organized by the school or by student organization, depending of the school's tradition. In Germany students celebrate their graduation from High School or Gymnasium with an Abifeier (from the graduation certificate or Abitur), "Abi-Party" or an "Abi-Ball" - although most British or American students would fail to observe any of the traditional formality found in their own events. Students are not compelled to wear tuxedos and the women students are rarely in ball gowns, apart from the "Abi-Ball" where students have to wear tuxedos and ball gowns. The event often follows a very rigid running order, with welcome, introductions, an award ceremony for students and then a series of student-organised activities that tend to make fun of teachers usually with an extended hagiography about the favourite teacher. This is followed by the school's own band or bands or even an extended demonstration of all of the artistic outpourings of the students and staff. The event normally ends with a DJ playing music. Alcohol is available at these events since the legal drinking age in Germany is 16 (for beer and wine) and most graduating students are 18 or older. In Ireland, this formal dance is called the Débutantes' Ball in the south and west of the island or the "Grad" in the Eastern areas, or informally, the Debs. This is also a formal dance for students who have just graduated from secondary school (high school) and is traditionally held at some stage during September and October, after the students have finished exams and may have already entered university or employment, although in rural areas it often takes place in July or August. The same formal dance is also occasionally known as the Grad among students in all-male schools, but who would therefore invite girls from other schools and is, therefore, the same as a Debs. Though "Grads" can also refer to a less formal dance mid-way through the school year. Some all-boys schools have their Debs in January, February or March of their final year; this is a tradition followed by all boys schools in Limerick. Students who did an optional "transition" year from junior to senior cycle often get to attend the debs going into their final year and leaving their final year. Alcohol is available at these events, much of the year would be eighteen (the legal age for drinking in Ireland) but more 17 and even some 16, adults in Ireland tend to have a more relaxed approach to alcohol and there is minimum supervision at the debs. In Italian military schools the equivalent is known as "Mak Π 100" because it takes place 100 days before the students' graduation in high school. In civil schools a party called Mak Π 100 is usually held every year (thus it is not restricted to graduates), sometimes in place of one of the final school days or in a discos; it is not a formal event, and the students will often perform cabaret shows in which they make a parody of their teachers. In Lithuania, prom is held after final exams usually the same day when high school diplomas are presented, the event is called išleistuvės. The more-less equivalent of prom is called Šimtadienis, which is happening around 100 days before final high-school exams (from šimtas dienų -- hundred days), which is organized mostly for people who are just about to graduate and is organized by junior classes. In Poland the more-or-less equivalent of prom is called studniówka, which happens around 100 days before final high-school exams (from sto dni -- hundred days), which is organized mostly for people who are just about to graduate. People from other years cannot come by themselves, but are often invited by their older friends. In Slovakia the closest thing to a prom is Stužková, an occasion when the seniors get together with their parents and teachers to celebrate their upcoming graduation. It takes place in November or December. Each of the students receives a green ribbon with their name on it (thus the name Stužková, i.e. the Ribbon Ball). Many of the students will wear this ribbon on their jackets or shirts for the rest of the year. Stužková typically includes a banquet, skits and songs prepared by students, and, of course, dancing. In Slovenia the equivalent is Maturantski ples after graduating from high school. Students can bring dates and/or close family to the ball. It is a custom that each student dances the first dance of the night with his mother/her father. In Sweden this kind of event is usually known as Studentbalen. The word "Studentbalen" is in this case a proper noun meaning "The Student Ball", while the word studentbal is a common noun that can refer to any formal dinner and dance at a Swedish university. Studentbalen is usually held during the last weeks before graduating (Swedish: "Ta studenten") after three years in secondary school (Swedish: Gymnasieskola) and can be a quite formal, white tie event though the practice differs greatly between schools. The Swiss equivalent of a prom is the bal de printemps. In Turkey the equivalent is called "Graduation Ball". The type and the rules of the organization are completely up to the school board.  Asia and Africa In Australian and New Zealand schools, if the event is not relegated solely to the final year, it may be described as a Ball, School Formal or simply Formal. If the event is in the final year of high school, it is sometimes called a Dinner-dance, Leavers' Dinner, Debutante Ball or also Valedictory Dinner but can still be called a School Formal or Formal. The Year 12 Formal celebrates completing the "Higher School Certificate" (name differs in different states) and the entire class finishing their High Schooling. The night typically includes a dinner and dance. In Egypt most private schools have proms similar to the USA but with slight differences. In India the equivalent is a farewell party or farewell gathering. The outgoing students are given a warm send-off by the junior students and staff. All the seniors are felicitated with souvenirs and best outgoing students are given awards. In Japan, there is no equivalent of the prom. In Malaysia proms are gaining more and more popularity, and being held by more schools, especially in the bigger cities. However, these gatherings are usually fully organised by students only, and the school administration is not involved. In Pakistan the equivalent is farewell dinner and farewell function that takes place at the end of the college academic year. In farewell function one lady is appointed as "Lady of the Evening" and one guy is appointed as "Gentleman of the Evening". In South Africa the equivalent is the Matric Dance, taking place during the matriculation (i.e. final) year of high school (12th grade). It takes place towards the end of the third quarter shortly before the spring break after which the Matriculation Examinations commence. It usually takes the form of a formal dinner and dance. In most schools the 11th grade class are responsible for arranging the event. Sometimes the teachers and parents also attend. In Sri Lanka the equivalent is the graduation after-party, or batch party. In Vietnam the equivalent of the prom is called lien hoan cuoi nam.  See also Look up prom in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Anti-prom Homecoming Winter Formal Debutante Ball Studniówka Vanhojen tanssit Charitable Prom Organizations Carrie (1976 film) Prom Night (1980 film) Prom Night (2008 film) Dance (event)  References ^ http://www.d155.org/PR/info/prom.htm ^ http://schools.u-46.org/index.pl?iid=6539&isa=Category ^ http://www.postprom.org/index.html ^ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education_in_Quebec#Primary_.26_Secondary_education Education in Quebec ^ http://www.ypulse.com/swiss-teens-celebrate-spring-with-bal-de-printemps Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prom" Categories: American culture | Canadian culture | Student culture | Dance culture
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