Just ask. It doesn't need to be anything complicated, just like "Will you go with Junior Prom with me?" or something like that. I'd try to get him alone if you're nervous, but… DO NOT ask in a note or through someone else. That is cheesy. Ask in person.
OF COURSE!!! It also is perfectly fine for a freshman to ask a junior to the prom! High school and college students are not simply limited to their class.
you have your prom in 11th grade
You can either go to Debs in a mall or department stores likeDillards on macys and JCPenney or sears maybe because im lookingfor my junior prom dress too so good luck Also can… search online,i share this store,if you in US. gbridal.co.uk
A junior is in eleventh grade.
A Junior Prom is traditionally held for students completing the 11th grade; their junior years. A Senior Porm is on completion of High school (Senior) education. 'Prom' is sho…rt for promenade which, among it's many definitions, is the opening position for formal dances where a line of ladies and gentlemen paraded down the length of the dance hall opposite each other.
i am not sure where you live but here in N.S. it is in grade 9 (end of junoir high)
yes they do have a prom i junior high that's why its called junior prom,plus my mother knows because she has been to junior prom.
Proms symbolize formal dance and began in the 1930s, when thepopularity of debutante balls began to rise. Today junior andsenior proms are lavish events and generally are the …first formalevent that teenagers are exposed to.
yes you can bring an under class man to a junior prom only if the upper class man ask that person to go
Yes. Make sure you buy your dress or tux right away. Don't worry about finding a date yet. Don't forget a corsage or boutonniere and the limo. The limo is very important.
To make memories of your teen years.
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Of course. There's nothing wrong with going to a dance with a friend. Just don't pretend she is your date. If she agrees to go to prom with you as a friend, only refer to her …as such, unless she tells you without you asking that you can refer to her differently. You could risk alienating her, which is something that I sincerely don't recommend.