Senior Trip to Knott’s Berry Farm

The Knott’s Berry Farm Senior trip is on Saturday, May 12, 2018.

Buses leave CCHS at 4:30 pm and return at 1:30 am.

Cost: $100


When you sign up you will be assigned to a bus color. That is the bus you will ride to and from Knott’s. NO BUS SWITCHING. If you want to ride the bus with friends you should sign up at the same time.

Be at CCHS no later than 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 12th 2018.  Students should be dropped off in the main driveway.

Because we will not be returning until after 12:00 am, no student may drive to or from CCHS upon departure or arrival.  Plan on making arrangements before the event.  Buses will arrive back at school between 1:30-2:00 am (Sun. 5/13).

Students are not allowed to bring food or drinks.  Knott’s Berry Farm is providing food, and chaperones will pass out bottled water and a light snack on the bus.  Students will be searched before getting on the bus.  Any medication will be kept in the possession of chaperones and only used if a student requires it.  The recommendation is to bring as little as possible—students are responsible for their own property during the event.

Knott’s Berry Farm does not require a dress code, but we will be in the park between 6:00pm and 12:00am, so plan your wardrobe accordingly!

Agenda

4:30

6:00

8:00-12:00

10:00
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10:00-12:00

Leave CCHS

Arrive at Knott’s

Boardwalk Ballroom opens for CCHS students; food and beverages and DJ provided

Park closes to general public

Boardwalk area of the park only for CCHS students. All students must go towards the Boardwalk area at 10pm. These rides will be open for CCHS students: Excellerator, Supreme Scream, Coast Rider, Wipeout, Timber Mountain Log Ride.

**since these rides are open only to CCHS from 10-12, it is recommended that students go on other rides in the park from 6-10pm.**

If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Filippone at jfilippone@cathedralcatholic.org

The online sign up for Knotts Berry Farm as closed.  Please see Mr. Filippone if you have any questions.