Palo Alto and Gunn high schools are hosting the Winter Dance, which will take place from 7-10 p.m. on Feb. 26 at Mitchell Park Community Center.
The event will feature a main room and a courtyard for dancing, and a teen room to play ping pong, air hockey and board games, according to Paly’s Associated Student Body president William Zhou.
Paly junior class president Noa Ben-Efraim says students will stay entertained.
“Everyone can find something to do and enjoy,” Ben-Efraim said.
Paly’s ASB and Gunn’s Student Executive Council chose the theme “Highlight the Night” and encourage attendees to wear white.
“It was very important for ASB and SEC to come up with a theme that was unifying … [so two schools could come together as] a group,” Ben-Efraim said.
Ticket prices for this dance have been lowered in comparison to those of previous dances.
“This isn’t a way for ASB to make a profit,” Ben-Efraim said. “This is a way for two schools to connect.”