photo of musiciansStudent hosts prepare to welcome Starry Night prom guests.

The Starry Night Prom is an annual semi-formal prom for people with disabilities in the Twin Cities community. Hosted by DeLaSalle High School’s Lasallian Ministry, the event is free and open to the public. The students who host this prom prepare by attending seminars and sensitivity training as well as planning the foodservice and festive decorations that transform the gymnasium into a beautiful dance hall.

The Starry Night Prom is back! After a two-year break, we are excited to welcome our guests back to DeLaSalle High School for a night of dancing, photos, and fun.

When:  Saturday, April 30, 2022
Where:  DeLaSalle High School: One DeLaSalle Drive, Minneapolis MN 55401
Time:  6:30pm-8:45pm
Attire:  Formal and semi-formal attire encouraged but not required.
Food:  Per pandemic guidelines, food will be simple, single-serving snacks.
Fun Activities:  We will have a DJ-led dance, a movie room, coloring sheets, and a Photo Booth!

Due to COVID-19 protocols, this year’s prom is limited to 300 guests –total: prom attendees and parents/escorts. The registration form is designed for making reservations for 4 prom attendees. Please complete multiple forms if more than 4 people from your group are attending.


At this time, masks are optional at DeLaSalle. Up-to-date pandemic protocols at DeLaSalle High School can be found here:

In recognizing the serious nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, DeLaSalle High School requires all Starry Night Prom participants to acknowledge the following.
1. Participating in Starry Night Prom is voluntary
2. While participating, all rules, guidelines and protocols related to COVID-19 must be followed.
3. Participants acknowledge the contagious nature of COVID-19 and understand there are risks of injury or illness from participating in Starry Night Prom including the risks associated with COVID-19.

For more information, please contact Nicole Stecklein at 612.676.7608.



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