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(From left to right: Madi Lowe and Katelyn Kargol). (Photograph courtesy of Kassy Batt).

(From left to right: Madi Lowe and Katelyn Kargol). (Photograph courtesy of Kassy Batt).

(From left to right: Madi Lowe and Katelyn Kargol). (Photograph courtesy of Kassy Batt).

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(From left to right: Jearni McKinney, Julia Goulet, Victoria De Casas, and Jade Martinez). (Photograph courtesy of Georgina McKinney).

Prom is often described as a magical night, and Brashier did not disappoint. “It was a night full of laughter. Being with your friends throughout the night just made the night really special,” says junior Julia Goulet.

(From left to right: Chelsea Evangelista, Valentina Idarraga, and Allie Rojas). (Photograph courtesy of Lauren Fels).

The prom took place at Larkin’s Sawmill and was a beautiful setting for prom. “It was a lot of fun! I thought the [venue] was really pretty, and everyone looked great,” says junior Allie Rojas.

(From left to right: Ashlie Fortner and McKinley Antley). (Photograph courtesy of McKinley’s mom).

Everyone was dressed to the nines. Many pictures were taken, and memories were made on that night. “It was a fun experience! I got to dance with my group of best friends and see everyone dress up,” says junior Ashlie Fortner.


(From left to right: Stephen Dudar and Victoria De Casas). (Photograph courtesy of Georgina McKinney).

Many people created videos at prom to show them to each other. The memories of the night will live on through these pictures and memories. “It was a fun night filled with some amazing memories,” says junior Victoria De Casas.

(From left to right: Jake Webber and Emily Rose Taylor). (Photograph courtesy of Jake Webber’s mom).

The theme for prom was “Under the Sea.” The lights put up around the room casted an over glow on the crowd, creating an almost under the water vibe. “Dancing with Jake and my girls was fun! And I liked the theme and decor,” says senior Emily Taylor.

(From left to right: Quinn Divers, Lindsay Marlar, and Rebecca Sternberg). (Photograph courtesy of Blake Roth).

The food served at prom was very good, disproving the stereotype that prom food is terrible. “Prom was really fun. I loved getting dressed up and dancing with my date and friends. I even liked taking pictures downtown! The venue was awesome and so was the food there,” says senior Quinn Divers.

(From left to right: Lauren Martin and Joseph Orlandino). (Photograph courtesy of Sabrina Martinez).

Many seniors felt prom was a great way to end high school; they now await graduation. “It was a lot of fun and a great way to [conclude] my senior year. My whole group had a great time, and it was so beautiful at Larkin’s Sawmill,” says senior Lauren Martin.

(Photograph courtesy of Stephanie Kern).

Even students who weren’t from Brashier still felt welcome and had a great time. “Prom was such a good time, from going dress shopping, to the makeup, to getting to spend time with my new and old friends,” says junior Rylee Kern.

(From left to right: Kendrick Lindsay and Skylar Brown). (Photograph courtesy of Blake Roth).

Experiencing winning prom queen or king can be symbolic to anyone, and it’s always great to be able to cheer for whoever wins. “My last prom as a Brashier Bengal was a great end to [my] time at Brashier! I had a lot of fun dancing with all of my friends, and I was so excited to be named prom queen. I’m going to miss the Brashier family so much this fall. I have made great memories, and dances are at the top of my list,” says senior Skylar Brown.

(From left to right: Madi Lowe and Katelyn Kargol). (Photograph courtesy of Kassy Batt).

All in all, prom was a great experience, and many students are looking forward to next year. “Prom was such a great experience. I was able to spend time with my girls and dance my heart out. Prom lived up to what I dreamed it to be, and I can’t wait to see what is in store for next year,” says junior Madi Lowe.

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