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Prom Preview

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Prom Preview

Maya Vemulapalli

Maya Vemulapalli

Yet again, another year has almost come and gone at Harrison High School, and the 2016 prom season is upon us.

Social media, including Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat, has been flooded with “promposals,” always accompanied with comments of “#goals”.

Many Harrison students went to great extents planning their promposals, such as setting up scavenger hunts or creating witty signs.

Other students played it old school and simply asked their dates directly.

With dates invited, dresses bought, tuxes rented, and matching ties and corsages chosen, Senior Prom is just days away.

Wednesday, April 13 is the last day for Prom tickets to be purchased during all lunch periods, at a price of $25 per person and $50 per couple.

The actual “Suit & Tie” event will be occurring on Saturday, April 16, from 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. at the Lafayette Theater.

After Prom, assigned the slogan “Aloha from Raider Isle,” will take place at the Harrison Track Gym and Pool from 11:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. with a ticket cost of $10.

A DJ will be present, and many amenities are being provided by the school such as swimming, inflatable pool toys, photo booth, volleyball, food, and more.

From ticket sales, Harrison expects a very good turnout on the night of the event.

Prom has always been a great way for the year's graduating class of seniors to end their stay here at Harrison with a bang.

“I’m incredibly lucky to have had such a great four years at Harrison,” one senior Katy Plake said, “and I think Prom is the perfect way to bring my journey to a bittersweet end.”

As of now, Prom attendees readily await their special night, and hope for the best.