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WELCOME! We look forward to meeting you at our Fall events.
Saturday, October 15, 2022 from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Poly is the place to be!
Connect and celebrate with friends, teachers, alumni, on Poly’s beautiful campus!
Get your official, student-designed Homecoming 2022 T-shirt!
(available for purchase during Spirit Week and at Homecoming as supplies last)
NOTE: If you are a Poly employee, check your email for details on purchasing activity bracelets.
For families who receive financial aid, if this cost is a hardship, please contact LaTasha Richards.
See our Homecoming FAQs below for more details. Click here for our visitor policy.
It’s a carnival of games and activities for kids and tweens! We’ve got some rollicking good times planned in our Oval from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM! Online pre-sale is now closed. You may purchase your all-inclusive activities bracelet $30 per person at the welcome tables at Homecoming.
NOTE: If you are a Poly employee, check your email for details on purchasing activity bracelets. For families who receive financial aid, if this cost is a hardship, please contact LaTasha Richards.
Get your game on! It’s a full day of action on the fields and courts starting at 9:30 AM. Make some noise! Bring your Poly spirit and cheer on our student-athletes at the Steinberg Athletic Complex, the tennis courts, and Novogratz Center for Athletics.
Come on down to the lovely Malkin Terrace for our Performing Arts Showcase under the trees! From 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM, you can take in the grace and strength of our talented students as we celebrate dance, music, and voice.
Fuggedaboutit. What’s a party without food and swag?! Check out the best BKNY Food Truck convoy near the Oval from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM. What’s on the menu? We’ve got BBQ, kid faves like chicken fingers and mac and cheese, ice cream, and snacks in the back fields. Cash or credit accepted at food trucks.
We can’t wait to see our alumni! Check out our Meet-up Tent in the back fields, cheer on our Poly Blue Devils, and join us for the day’s fun!
Alumni Association Spirit Award Ceremony & Reception
Honoring Dan Doughty
4:00 PM in the Joseph Dana Allen Library
Spirit Week is a fun, long standing Poly tradition where students dress up for different theme days to generate excitement for Homecoming. Reminder: Poly Prep Dress Code applies during Spirit Week.
Glad you asked. Poly’s visitor policy is found here.
We encourage Lower School parents to assist with the Pumpkin Patch and Middle and Upper School parents to assist with various activities.
Parking on site is very limited. Street parking is available. We encourage public transportation or rideshares to campus.
There will be a variety of food vendors and choices, including BBQ, lobster rolls, ice cream, grilled cheese, french fries, chicken fingers, popcorn, mac & cheese, and more.
Food is available for purchase on site. Payment can be made with cash or with digital options.
You may purchase a bracelet for $20 in advance through October 13; $30 at Homecoming Welcome Tables thereafter. Pay-per-ride is not an option. NOTE: If you are a Poly employee, check your email for details on purchasing activity bracelets. For families who receive financial aid, if this cost is a hardship, please contact LaTasha Richards.
Families are invited to drop off gently used children's costumes only at the Lower School foyer starting September 23 up to October 14. They may also drop off costumes at the table at Homecoming. Look for the Sustainable Halloween table. More details about our new Sustainable Halloween program can be found here.
This is a rain or shine event. In the event of inclement weather, most youth activities will be moved into the Legacy Gym. Masks are optional indoors.
There will be a Poly swag pop-up store on the front campus and back campus. Credit card or Venmo payment only.
Poly loves your pets, but please leave them at home for this event!
Yes, the more the merrier! We welcome friends and family to accompany you. Everyone is subject to our visitor policy.