Juniors and seniors go out with a bang at the 2019 Charity Prom

The 2019 Charity Prom is a major success. A night that was filled with fun and laughter will not be forgotten.

It was the moment students have been waiting for since they first entered Freedom High School. The 2019 Charity Prom was held at the beautiful Bellevue Conference and Event center on Friday, April 26. From 8-11:30, students danced the night away in statement dresses and sharp tuxes. The tickets raised a whopping $45,532 to help fight pediatric cancer.

The Charity prom is much like a night under the stars with the lights bouncing off of the chandeliers.

Students run the pacer for the first time ever at the Charity Prom.

Ivanna Jenkins and Peter Komara dance to “All of Me” during the Prom King and Queen dance.

About the Author

MADISON RONEY
Madison Roney is a sophomore at Freedom High School in South Riding. Madison is involved in Battle of the Books, and Indoor Track and Field, at Freedom. Madison also harbors a love for science and the arts.
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