Stu­dents en­joy for­mal in style


THEY struck poses, danced, and cel­e­brated.

Her­vey Bay Spe­cial School grad­u­ates had their ul­ti­mate night-of-nights on Thurs­day – the much-an­tic­i­pated for­mal.

It was ev­ery­thing they could have dreamed of.

Ar­riv­ing in fancy rides to the Her­vey Bay Boat Club with their loved ones by their sides, eight stu­dents from the grad­u­at­ing class stunned in their evening wear while walk­ing down a red car­pet.

Se­nior sec­ondary teacher Roz Barker said there was plenty of hype in the lead-up to the for­mal, with the ex­act de­tails of the event kept un­der wraps from stu­dents.

The grad­u­ates cel­e­brated their achieve­ments not just from this year but ac­knowl­edged just far how they had come dur­ing their school­ing lives.

With one week of school left, Mrs Barker said the stu­dents were feel­ing bit­ter­sweet about the con­cept of start­ing a new phase in life but also leav­ing a fa­mil­iar place.

Photo: Alis­tair Bright­man

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