HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE

American Preparatory Academy is hosting its 6th Annual Holiday Boutique fundraiser on Saturday, December 4 at the Draper 3 campus from 9am to 4pm.

We are excited to, once again, welcome our student entrepreneurs to have a booth for just $10. And APA parents and staff members will receive a discounted rate of $50. The vendor fee for all others is $60 through Sunday, November 21. The fee goes up to $75 on November 22. $60 TODAY ONLY!

Vendor information can be found on the APA BOUTIQUE VENDORS FACEBOOK PAGE, and event information can be found on our FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE. A copy of the student entrepreneur booth application can be printed HERE and brought to your campus. Vendors and student entrepreneurs can also fill out the online application below.

We will have scheduled performances, letters to Santa, activities for kids, and a visit from Santa and his elves along with a professional photographer to take photos with Santa for just $15, and more!

Please come and support APA and many local artisans and businesses!

 
 

PAYMENT OPTIONS

Payments can be made via Venmo (@FriendsofAPA), PayPal (paypal@americanprep.org), cash, checks made out to APEF, or credit card by clicking on the button below. You will be a confirmed vendor upon receipt of your application and payment. Thank you for your participation and support!

PAY WITH A CREDIT CARD

Thank you

Our 5th Annual Boutique fundraiser was a success. Thank you so much to the following parents who graciously donated pumpkins and/or their time:

Cindy Badger, Nicole Harman, Reyna Reyes, Sandra Covert, Maria Reyes, Steph Pettingill, Carolina Ramos, Juan Orduna, Ady Ferrari, Juan Martinez, Pete Stewart, Mandy Brown, Tailor Hamlin, Rosa Ramos, Tzitlali Soto, Monica Fowles, Jason Fowles, Karen Ellsworth, Jason Ellsworth, Andreina Marcano, Caitlin Crandall, Jill Smith, Evelin Gonzalez, Delmi Orduna, Erica Jooa, and Chantel Miner.

And a big thank you also goes to APA’s operations and IT teams (in particular Colby Sims who came in on Saturday), as well as to Kevin McVicar who put in a full day on Saturday helping from opening time to closing time. I sincerely apologize if I missed anyone. We can’t run successful events without our wonderful volunteers. You are appreciated more than you know! 

Thank you, also, to Harmon’s in The District for donating pumpkins for the kids to decorate and to YESCO Outdoor Media for donating electronic billboard advertising for the event. Our community partners are amazing!

I am so impressed with our talented and creative student entrepreneurs who ran booths on Saturday. So many of our students spent hours (if not days, weeks, and months) preparing for the event, set sales goals, and had great success on Saturday. We have incredible students!

 We had a great turnout for the kids costume parade. To see photos, go to www.americanprepfoundation.org. Congratulations to the winners!

And finally, thank you to everyone who came out and supported the fundraiser and APA’s Builders Club!

Costume Contest Winners

 

Some examples of program enhancements might include:

  • Cutest Costume: Jessie
  • Funniest Costume: Wizard

  • Most Creative Costume: Clown
  • Most Original Costume: Medusa
  • Best Overall Costume: Clown

Kid’s Costume Parade