Promtastic

Highland students enjoy in-person prom.

Showing off her corsage and date’s boutonniere, Kiley Davern captured this moment to remember her first ever prom in high school.,

Kiley Davern

Showing off her corsage and date’s boutonniere, Kiley Davern captured this moment to remember her first ever prom in high school.,

Destiny Marquis, Staff

Prom has always been the peak and highlight of many juniors and seniors’ years. This year is no different, because of all the letdowns, and heart-shattering events that have happened this school year, prom was the one thing our upper classmate still got to call ours. Although we didn’t get to have an actual school prom, in the valley there were a couple of leadership teams that made this happen. “Prom was as fun as it could get this year, we had some dinner at Buca Di Beppo. After the dance, we went to a trampoline park. And PS Aiden Witthus is the best date,” said Jaden Johnson (11).

One thing students were concerned about was the huge gathering of tons of teenagers during the time of the pandemic. “Not a lot of kids were wearing masks, but everyone needed this time to have fun and enjoy themselves. Carnival plus a prom, probably the best combo. I had a fun time, a pretty interesting year. I would do this again, obviously without the pandemic,” said Jennia Ganskow  (11)