Prom is supposed to be a magical time for every high schooler, and the juniors decided that “A Night in Paradise” was the theme to make it so.
A lot of the students brought dates from outside of Skyline, but they had as good a time as anyone else.
“Considering it was my first Prom, it was just as enjoyable as taking someone from our school,” junior Kendall Davidson said.
Among all the new faces were Skyline’s own newbies. Several of the attendees took freshmen as dates.
“I didn’t get to go to the dinner, but the dancing was fun,” freshman Kami McComb said. “Dancing with Bailey was really fun.”
McComb’s date was sophomore server Jade Downs.
Amidst all the festivities of Prom, there was also the crowning of the Prom King and Queen. Seniors Kasey Gilpin and Betsy Giles were chosen by the juniors and seniors as their royalty.
“It was the best moment of my life,” Gilpin said. “I really felt like royalty.”
Giles said that the moment was almost as good for her as it was for Gilpin.
After all the dancing, the juniors took down decorations and all those that attended had 30 minutes to make it to school for After Prom.
A big part of After Prom was the prizes that students could win from playing games. At the end of the night, sophomore servers, juniors and seniors all got a big prize