Tweed River High School Formal - The Girls
Tweed River High School Formal - The Girls Melissa Belanic

Tweed River High students celebrate at end of year formal

TWEED River High school students celebrated the end of their schooling at a glittering formal dinner at Bond University on Tuesday.

A red-carpet welcome awaited the Year 12 students as they made their way down to their venue at the picturesque university campus to the cheers of onlooking family and friends.

The event was one of a string of formals across the Tweed this week, with six of the region’s high schools all enjoying their formals, including Mount St Patrick College, Pacific Coast, Kingscliff, St Joseph’s and Banora Point high schools.

The formals mark the end of schooling for the Year 12 students, with HSC exams completed, and the start of a new chapter in their lives.

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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