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Matthew 5:16 - "In the same way, let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in heaven."


The Texas Christian Homeschool Prom is committed to providing an exceptional experience for every student attending prom. To that end, we have high standards for dress and conduct.

Dress Codes and Code of Conduct generate discussion every year, yet fewer than 3% of students need any dress alterations before entering prom.

Prom students have repeatedly earned the praise of the Sheraton Hotel staff, who comment on the respectful and mature behavior exhibited by the young people attending TxCHP. Such character is not developed just for this event. It is the product of amazing young Christians "walking the walk."

In the unlikely event that a student or parent refuses to adhere to the TxCHP policies, we do reserve the right to refuse entrance to anyone or to expel anyone from prom who does not meet the dress and conduct standards. We encourage everyone to carefully read all our policies so their prom experience is unmarred. It is especially important that guests understand our policies, so please take extra care to make sure your guests are appropriately informed.

Have a wonderful time!

- The Texas Christian Homeschool Prom Board of Directors

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