FUN TIMES: Jaimi Dent, Jasmine Camp and Jordyn Gray from St Joseph’s College enjoying their formal.
FUN TIMES: Jaimi Dent, Jasmine Camp and Jordyn Gray from St Joseph’s College enjoying their formal. Melissa Belanic

Night of nights for St Joseph’s College students

FAMILY and friends were on hand to greet students of St Joseph’s College as they gathered at Jack Evans Boat Harbour ahead of their end of school formal.

Students paraded in their fine ware for the crowds before making their way into Twin Towns Services Club last Thursday to celebrate their graduation in style.

The frocks took centre stage as usual, although the boys gave the girls a run for their money with some very dapper and fashionable suits.

The night marked the end of schooling for the Banora Point-based College’s Year 12s, and the start of a new and exciting chapter on their way to adulthood.

The event was one of a string of formals across the Tweed last week, with five other high schools all enjoying their formals, including Mount St Patrick College, Pacific Coast, Tweed River, Kingscliff and Banora Point high schools.

The Tweed Daily News will publish a special formals souvenir edition on Saturday, December 5, which will include a lift-out featuring pictures from all of the region’s high schools.

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



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