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Homecoming information

Tickets are now on sale for our 2021 Homecoming

This year’s Homecoming is on Saturday, September 25th on our ANHS Campus

Tickets may be purchased online through the Wolverine Marketplace store, or at the ASB kiosk in the food court. Tickets start at $45 and are available for current ANHS students only. 

Dance Protocol:

  • ANHS students must bring their student ID; this is their ticket in. 

  • Dance hours are 7:30 - 10:00 p.m.  Students must check in by 8:30 p.m. to be admitted into the dance, and they will not be allowed to leave the dance until 9:00 p.m., unless prior arrangements have been made with Mrs. Nero at by Wednesday, September 22nd. 

  • There will be a bag and pocket search before entering the dance. In addition, ANHS administration will be breathalyzing all students at the entrance to the dance.  Any student testing positive for alcohol will be directed to administration for further analysis. This procedure serves as a deterrent to student drinking and empowers students with an additional tool to make the right choices. Prohibited items:  gum/chapstick, mints, candy, tobacco, alcohol, canes/chains, glow in the dark items, liquids, perfume, glass, writing utensils, weapons, outside food and drink, water bottles, chargers, and possible additional items per security discretion. If you have these items at check-in, you can either throw them away or return them to your vehicle. 

  • Our PTSA volunteers provide a bag/coat check to secure items at no charge to students. 

  • Please make sure you follow the dance guidelines and dress code that is on the Activities Dance Contract that was signed on Parent Portal during registration. 

  • You must wear shoes at all times and tennis shoes are welcome! Coat check will not accept shoes unless you have another pair of shoes to wear during the dance.

At approximately 8:45 p.m., a list will be generated with the names of any students who purchased a ticket but did not show up at the entrance for scanning.  Parents will be notified by phone that the student did not come to the dance.

Dress Code

Students must be dressed appropriately at all times. This is a district-wide dress/grooming standard. Students who are out of compliance with these standards, without proper attire, will not be allowed into any dance/activity until parents are contacted to bring appropriate attire or to pick
up the student.

  • Dress code for all activities:
    • Dresses must be appropriate length, which is mid-thigh, including the side slit in leg. Slits on dresses or skirts that end above mid-thigh are not permitted. Dresses that expose any skin in the midriff area are not acceptable, including bare sides and open backs below the waist.
    • Strapless/spaghetti straps are allowed
    • Shorts may not expose the crotch or buttocks area.
    • Shirts and shoes must be worn at all times.


  • The following items are prohibited
    • Stretchy (lycra, spandex, bubble dresses, etc.) or tight-fitting skirts that may creep up
    • Bandeau/Tube/Scarf tops or tops that excessively low cut, have plunging necklines or show bare midriff or sides
    • Canes, chains, or masks


  • In addition to the above standards, dress code for formal and semi-formal dances (homecoming, winter formal, and prom), include the following:
    • Shirts must be worn throughout the dance - undershirts may not be worn in lieu of shirt
    • All shirts must be collared and have sleeves
    • No jeans or shorts
Winter Formal on February 2

Save the Date!

Winter Formal will be held on Saturday, February 5th.

Prom will be held on Saturday, May 2nd for juniors and seniors.