Hello All, I am sure there is a thread somewhere on this forum about senior awards night, but I cannot find it: My DD was informed by her principal that since she is attending USAFA Prep, her appointment does not meet the standards for an honors night recognition since prep is only for one year. She did let us know that another student with a direct appointment to USNA will be presented with his appointment during the ceremony. I mentioned the other student to clarify that we do not think the refusal to allow the prep award has anything to do with military issues. We wonder if it's the Prep school that's the issue. My DD's ALO is a bit stunned by the rationale as he says he does the presentations at awards night each year. My question is if this is pretty much standard policy for most schools to not allow for recognition on senior awards night? At this point, my DD and I do not want anything to get in the way of her diploma and so the last thing we want is some conflict over honors night. More than that, we are curious is our situation is the norm. Any information would be appreciated.