Kingscliff High Formal - Christina McDonald, Brooke Quarmby
Kingscliff High Formal - Christina McDonald, Brooke Quarmby Melissa Belanic

Kingi High students celebrate formal in style

KINGSCLIFF High students marked their end of year celebrations in style, with a red-carpet welcome at Bond University on Wednesday night.

Almost 150 Year 12 students partied up a storm, with a DJ setting the dance floor on fire and a photo booth proving a popular side attraction.

The school’s Year 12 advisor, Catherine Wiggins, said the night was a great success, with everyone enjoying the festivities.

“It was a really lovely and enjoyable evening to celebrate the success of our students,” Ms Wiggins said.

“It is the last time we will see these students for a while so it is a bit sad, but it is happy at the same time. They are looking forward to having lots of new experiences.”

Ms Wiggins said 45 students had already been granted early offers to Southern Cross University, while two students had received scholarships to study at Bond next year.

Another student will take to the skies soon as a flight attendant with Tiger Airways.

“We’re really happy with that,” Ms Wiggins said.

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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