Spot­lights turned on as stu­dents shine

Broome Advertiser - - News - Jakeb Wad­dell

If there’s one thing Broome Se­nior High School isn’t short on it’s tal­ent.

The school’s young artists had their time in the spot­light last fort­night, where they were given the chance to show fam­ily and friends the end re­sults of a year’s worth of hard work at the Vis­ual Arts and Tech­nol­ogy Ex­hi­bi­tion.

More than 120 peo­ple came to see the art show­case, which was catered by hos­pi­tal­ity stu­dents, while stu­dent Mon­tana Arnold per­formed the back­ground mu­sic.

Art teacher James MacNeil said the evening was a great suc­cess.

“The event is a valu­able op­por­tu­nity for stu­dents to pub­licly share what goes on in our work­shop and stu­dios,” he said.

“It is great to see the pride the kids have when show­ing their work to their fam­ily and friends.”

The school also held its end of year per­form­ing arts show on Fri­day night,with drama and mu­sic stu­dents bring­ing their stud­ies from the year to life on stage in front of hun­dreds of com­mu­nity mem­bers.

Year 8 stu­dents Craig Marrs and Tom Virgo with their work.

Seasha Strange, Year 9.

Kaden Mur­ton, Year 8.

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