Voting for Prom King and Queen has seniors hyped

Just can’t wait to be king or queen.

Some seniors will go to any lengths to become next prom king or queen. “It’s all up to the senior class as to who they want to be the prom king and queen,” Nichloe Boyd, director of student activities says.

The selection process goes through two separate rounds of voting, one week before the senior assembly, when the prom court is announced, and the second voting is to choose the king and queen. “The prom king and queen will be announced by the Senior Class Board,” Boyd says.

Following the announcement of the king and queen, the winners will have special dance private special photos after the event.

“Being the king and queen is a special honor, both for the students that are chosen and for those that aren’t,” Boyd says.

Voting for prom court is one of many events leading up to prom that faculty help organize. The collaboration between faculty and students is what makes prom a once in a lifetime experience.

“Prom is seen as a time for us celebrate the seniors accomplishments in a special way before they graduate,” Boyd says.

With the prom court being selected a little less than a month away it is a way to build up excitement is building up throughout the entire senior class for a multitude of different reasons.

“Prom is pretty much is all controlled by the decision making of the senior class, so their input is greatly accepted. It’s a key cog in what is the best ways for students to celebrate prom,” Boyd says.

So with 37 days left seniors, look forward to the excitement of prom and who will become the prom king and queen for the Class of 2016. “We want the seniors to enjoy the festivities leading up to prom and the actual prom itself,” Boyd says.