LADY IN RED: Mount St Patrick’s College formal - Maddie Keyte and Kaziah Boag
LADY IN RED: Mount St Patrick’s College formal - Maddie Keyte and Kaziah Boag Melissa Belanic

All that glitters: Tweed enjoying formals season

IT’S been 12 long years of hard work but finally the Tweed’s Year 12 students have reason to celebrate.

Fresh from the completion of their HSC exams, high school students from across the shire will let loose this week as they celebrate graduation at their formal dinners.

While Wollumbin, Lindisfarne Anglican College and Murwillumbah high schools jumped the gun and marked their formals in September, the seven remaining high schools in the region will do so this week.

First off the rank were students from Mount St Patrick College who, as per tradition, made their way en masse to the eastern bank of the Tweed River last Friday, ensuring the perfect backdrop for their photographs.

Both male and female fashions were spectacular, with bright colours making a stunning entrance.

Check out our daily online galleries at www.tweeddailynews.com.au

The Tweed Daily News will publish a special souvenir edition on Saturday, December 5, which will include a lift-out featuring pictures taken at the formals by our photographers, as well as some contributed photos.

To purchase photos, visit tweeddailynews.com.au/photos/buy



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