"Our students will go to all their classes in the first half of the day," Grimes said. "We have enough instructional time built into our schedule that we don't have to make that up."
The buses will leave at 10:15 a.m. to make the two-hour trip, he said. While he isn't sure how many have signed up so far, the school has sold out all of its 200 tickets to the game, Grimes said.
But fear not: there are plenty more to be had.
"It's such a large venue that it's not going to be an issue," Grimes said.
Students will pay $10 each to ride the bus, which includes an $8 ticket to the game. The cost to the school will be covered by other students, Grimes said.
"We have student groups, like the Student Senate, that are going to pick up the difference," he said.
The school has also run spectator buses to weeknight games, Grimes said.