Disney Grad Nite
The Disneyland Resort invites the graduating class of 2023 to celebrate and share one final night of magic and unforgettable memories. 2023 Grad Nite dates are now available! Grads can experience an exclusive, night-time park celebration to honor their accomplishments throughout the year.
Trip Dates & Schedule
Grad Night Trip: May 29 - May 31, 2023
The cost of the Disneyland Park Hopper Grad Night on Tuesday May 30, 2023 is $370 per student. We encourage submitting the full $370 upon commitment. Funds are NONREFUNDABLE.
Please see the following payment schedule to pay by installments:
2/10/23 - $185 commitment deposit due.
3/17/23 - $185 2nd installment due or Full Payment Due
Check can be made out to Mills Grad Night with the student's name and installment number (#1, #2, or full payment) in the memo and drop it off in a sealed envelope in the Grad Night Committee box in the office.
Online Payment via Zelle by sending payment to email@example.com and include the student's name and installment number (#1, #2, or full payment) in the notes.
The registration is open now. Here are the steps:
1) Click on the REGISTER FOR GRAD NIGHT button below to register.
2) Complete the Grad Night Emergency Medical Form (one per student).
3) Complete the Grad Night Policies & Expectations Agreement Form.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Looking for Parent Volunteers
Mills Grad Night Committee 2023 is seeking parent volunteers:
Treasurer & Registration Lead
Logistics & Transportation Leads
Email us at email@example.com if you are interested to help!
Alcohol and any type of drugs are prohibited on the bus.
Sheriff’s Department/ Mills Grad Night Committee have the right to use a breathalyzer, if needed. Mills Grad Night Committee will deny entry on the bus and Disneyland if student is found under the influence or possessing alcohol/drugs. There will be no refunds given. Parents will also be notified.
No smoking allowed on bus.
Only unopened pre-packaged snacks allowed—no homemade snacks.
No drinks of any kind allowed on the bus (water will be distributed on the bus).
Students are not allowed to leave the Disneyland premises.
Students are not allowed to return to the bus after they enter Disneyland. Take all valuables with you to Disneyland. Mills Grad Night Committee is not responsible for any items lost or stolen from the bus. Lockers are available at California Adventure Park and at the Esplanade (area between the Parks).
Optional—Wear your Mills wear.
Students need to bring their own money since meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) are NOT provided. Recommend at least $100.00.
Below is a list of items NOT allowed in the park:
Clothing or tattoos with obscene, lewd or offensive language, graphics or designs
Clothing that could be construed as indecent, exposing excessive portions of skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment (e.g. - string bikini tops and bottoms, G-strings, excessively torn clothing)
Clothing or accessories that drag on the ground and create a potential tripping hazard
Hats with inappropriate language, violent or gang logos, including beanies and wigs.
Suitcases, backpacks or similar bags with wheels; suitcases, backpacks or similar bags larger than 18” wide x 25” high x 37” deep (max size of large rentable lockers).
Cameras, cell phones, and pagers are OK, but professional cameras and recording equipment ARE NOT PERMITTED. However, camera and cell phones with cameras, cell phones with cases, or just cases are permitted.
Shoes with skate wheels are not allowed. Tennis shoes and sandals are OK.
Weapons, knives, chemical irritants of any kind, laser pointers.
Prescription medication (inhalers are ok) ~ if not on med form
Over-the-counter medications ~ if not on med form
Tobacco products (cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco, snuff, etc.) and related materials (lighters, matches, pipes, hookah stick, etc.).
Alcohol or any controlled substance.
Bandanas (either worn or hanging from belt loops/pockets etc.).
Glass containers and/or fluids of any kind. This includes water, any drinks and perfumes.
Spiked style jewelry or belts.
Weapons or accessories that appear to be weapons (i.e.- bullet belts)
Sharp or pointed accessories that may cause injury
Masks or makeup that could be construed as part of a costume
Possess or distribute any material prohibited such as drugs, drug paraphernalia, alcohol, weapons or any gang- related items
Fight or engage in horseplay
Harass others for any reason
Chant school names.