Articles in the Prom Category
By Maya Levy, Alena Nash and Ava Jackson
This week, from Monday, April 24 until Friday, April 28, is spirit week. This is a school wide event that promotes unity within our school’s community. Students are encouraged to dress up according to each day’s theme.
Friday is the last pep rally of …
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by Hannah Wong
Today, April 4, marked the first day of Prom Spirit Week. The theme was Safari Monday.
Students dressed up as both explorers and safari animals. Some wore binoculars and khaki hats, while others donned zebra and tiger print clothing.
Several participants chose to go all-out with full-body costumes.
“I was looking …
By Paulette Jordan
Underclassmen have the opportunity to get volunteer hours by helping with the decoration and operation of the 2015 Prom, which will be held April 11 at the Car Museum.
Volunteers can choose to decorate the Car Museum between 9 a.m. and noon or from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on the day …
By Caroline Zapert
With prom quickly approaching, plans are being made, tuxes being rented and dresses being bought.
Leon’s Whimsical Wonderland themed dance is set for Saturday, April 11, at the Antique Car Museum, and tickets can be purchased in the lobby now through Friday, April 10. Tickets can also be purchased after school in Ms. …
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As the prom reviews are buzzing around the school, I decided to do a quick rating of my opinions of the various aspects. Overall, Prom itself was quite enjoyable with fun energy and happy people; however, it had a few quirks.
Icecream? Yes, there was icecream being passed out as people filtered …
Senior Anna Magnan is likely to show up for prom this year in a one-of-a-kind dress. Specifically, one she made herself.
On a campus where plenty of students wear labels like Abercrombie and Express, Magnan makes many of her own clothes. She began in the seventh grade when she took a …