Prom 2018 in a Nutshell

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Photo Credit: Frances Lahr

Photo Credit: Frances Lahr

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This past Saturday, May 19, 2018 Servite High School hosted Tri-school’s annual Prom dance at The American Way Cultural Center in Anaheim. Juniors and Seniors from Rosary, Connelly, and Servite enjoyed a night filled with dancing, strawberry smoothies, and lots of pictures.

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A beautiful group of seniors ready to head off to their last high school dance.

The Royal Reporter covered the Prom and got the inside scoop about Royals getting ready and Friars tearing up the dance floor. Raychel Haroutoonian ’18 shared, “It took me hours to get ready. From making sure my hair and makeup were perfect to driving all the way to Chino Hills for pictures, Saturday was an extremely busy day!” On the other hand, Noah Hungate ’18 commented, “I took a two hour nap and got ready in like 30 minutes. Saturday was a pretty chill day in my opinion.”

Photo Credit: Raychel Haroutoonian
Raychel Haroutoonian ’18 carefully pinning the boutonniere on her date.

After getting ready for the dance for the entire day, or in Servite senior Noah Hungate’s case, barely at all, Tri-school students gathered to take pictures, have dinner, and ride to the dance together with their closest friends. The new trend in the Tri-school community is getting party buses as means of transportation. Party buses are a way to fit a big group of people in a fun setting so everyone can enjoy each other’s company. Kate Marshall ’19 was extremely excited to ride in a party bus with 40 of her friends, but unfortunately the bus had a bit of difficulty getting to the dance. Kate Marshall’s luxury party bus popped a tire on the 5 freeway while en route to the dance. Kate commented, “Although at the time it was stressful, the party bus breaking down just made my first prom even more memorable.”

Photo Credit: Kate Marshall
A group of Rosary Juniors pose for their parents before they leave for the dance.

As for the actual dance, it is safe to say that most everyone enjoyed the wonderfully planned evening. The DJ was great and the fan favorite strawberry smoothies were a hit among all. Toward the end of the evening, the Prom King and Queen were announced. This year, Frances Lahr ’18 and Lucky Nelson ’18 were crowned royalty for the night.

Photo Credit: Noah Hungate
Frances Lahr, the 2018 Prom Queen with her boyfriend Noah Hungate.

Photo Credit: Lucky Nelson
Lucky Nelson ’18 after he was crowned Prom King!

Overall, Prom 2018 was an astounding success. Servite did a wonderful job planning the night, and it will definitely be a night to remember.

 

 

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