Senior Prom -5/14/2011


In the US , a Prom, which is short for promenade (meaning taking a leisure walk in French), is a formal black tie dance, or gathering of high school students. It is typically held near the end of the senior year and it is a very popular culture and also a major event among high school students. High school juniors attending the prom may call it Junior Prom while high school seniors may call it Senior Prom. In mountain View High they combined junior and senior Prom together. Prom is such an exciting day, there are so much preparation for one magical evening but it is all worth the effort. 

This year Kevin asked Kristie to be his date!  Here is putting and adjusting the corsage on Kristie's arm.


Kevin and Kristie-Very nice couple!

Kevin fooling around...


Kristie's sister and mom

Kristie, Sarah, Nicole, Kirsten


Gillie, Kristie, Sarah, Nicole, Kirsten, and Ellen

From left: Gillie/Julian, Kristie/Brian, Sarah/Peter/Nicole, Bill/Kirsten/Ellen

From left:  Bill, Kevin, Larry, Peter, Brian, Ian, and Max.

From left: Larry, Peter, Brian, Bill, Max, Julian, Ian, Tyler, and Kevin


The girls showing their Corsage and I am not what Tyler is doing there but he sure is having fun.

The boys: Ian, Kevin, Julian, Travis, Brian, Bill, Peter,  Tyler Travis, and Brent

The girls: Mischa, Kristie, Gillie, Sarah, Nicole, Ellen, Larry's date,  Sophia, and Brent's date.

James bond to the rescue?

Fun picture!

The girls are so pretty and all doll up!  They have really pretty dresses on!

Here they are being silly and making faces just before getting on the limousine.

There are a total of 20 people in this group so they hired two limousines to take them to the Prom location.

Ready to hop in the limousine!

Getting in the limousine!
Pretty cool inside!

Kevin told me they danced a lot and it was so hot so they removed their shirts and ties an pose with their vest!

Kevin, Ian, and Brian...Hang loose!

Kevin told me he had a lot of fun this year at the Prom! 




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