Dance the night away


Stephan Champlin

Senior Hunter Dinsmoor enjoys a photo with friends at prom 2022. The Enchanted Garden was the theme.

Kalorra Smith, Features Editor

The class of 2022 gathered in formal attire for their “enchanted” evening at the Museum of Contemporary Arts to celebrate prom last Sat., May 21, 2022.

“I loved my simple, yet elegant dress and my boyfriend’s tie with a nearly identical color,” said senior Lina Corpuz. “We also matched our corsage and boutonnière.”

The venue was packed with dancing students who had the options to use the photo booth provided, sit and watch a reel of submitted pictures of their senior year, and eat and drink at a table filled with refreshments.

“The best part of prom was probably the senior slideshow since a couple of my friends submitted photos,” said senior Morgan Steed.

The night slipped away as prom court was announced, and students cheered for Paul Wiskow, Andrew Strassberger, Landon Spell and Chelsea Agyei. 

“It was nice to see all of them enjoy the fact that they were able to get on the prom court, and I think they are going to remember this forever,” said senior Princess Conduah.