Frequently Asked Questions
Every year, schools across the state are calling earlier and earlier to reserve a party location, in an attempt to get their first venue choice. As soon as the actual graduation date is set, you will want to be ready to put a deposit down to hold your spot. We recommend getting started early with WCE when forming committees as we offer some really unique fundraising opportunities, ideas, and options and can help you with the process. And the earlier you start planning, the more time you have to fundraise.
$1,500.00, along with a signed contract, will hold the date and reserve your venue(s) and entertainment.
Usually, about one-half of the total graduating students will attend a grad party. Rural schools tend to have a higher attendance than innercity schools. You can also look at the attendance from previous years to give you an idea of how many might attend.
Usually, one half is a good rule of thumb. Rural schools tend to have a higher graduation party participation than city schools. Another good guideline is to look at what the attendance from previous years have been.
No. West Coast entertainment carries a one million dollar liability policy and all of the venues have additional insurance.
Absolutely. Just call to schedule a date and time and we will be there!
We require 6-8 chaperones for every 100 students attending. These chaperones will receive complimentary food and beverages throughout the event. You are not expected to staff any of the entertainment options.
Yes. There will be a selection of food choices available including: buffets, snacks, pizza, pop, coffee and more!
Absolutely not! West Coast Entertainment takes care of everything.
No. West Coast Entertainment will provide professionally attired and certified dealers at all mock casino events.
Yes. You can add entertainment right up to the date of the event, depending of course, on availability. The sooner you know you want to add something, the more likely you are to get it.
No need. West Coast Entertainment events include security personnel at a ratio of one (1) to every 50 students — with a minimum of one female and one male security person at each party.
Your event planner and coordinator will be working closely with you throughout the year to insure you have a successful event.