• CHS Sober Grad

    Sober Grad Night's philosophy and ideals are rooted in providing an event that is safe, sober, and spectacularly fun for our graduating seniors. More than "just a party," Sober Grad Night is a commitment by parents, the school and the community to conduct a great, "once in a lifetime" celebration. For more than 25 years at Carmel High School, this event has built a spirit of togetherness among the graduates as they celebrate with their friends for one last time. A sense of community is developed as everyone works to keep the graduates entertained and safe on potentially the most dangerous night of their lives. This is a parent led and coordinated event, with support from the parents, school and community at large. Our goal is for 100% participation by the graduating class, and is FREE to all seniors. We achieve this though fundraising efforts year-round, generous donations by parents and community members, as well as through grant writing efforts. Please help the Senior Class of 2019 enjoy a wonderful Sober Grad Night celebration!


    You Can Help:

    • Donate Now

    • Volunteer! 

      The Sober Grad Night 2019 committee is forming and will be meeting soon to discuss plans for this annual, parent sponsored event which has been a tradition at Carmel High School since 1993. We welcome parent volunteers of students from all grade levels. If you are able to help, your time would be much appreciated as parent support is essential to making Sober Grad Night a success.

      Help us make graduation night a memorable and fun experience for both students and volunteers alike. It is a deeply satisfying and rewarding for all who pitch-in to keep our children and our community safe. You may contact us at: CarmelHighSoberGrad@gmail.com

    • Stay in touch with us via our Facebook page: https://bit.ly/2MYeixz


    Thank you,

    The Carmel High Sober Grad Night Committee



    Sober Grad is a committee of Padre Parents, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization

     Tax ID#: 94-1725948




Last Modified on October 2, 2018