Have you been to your High School's Prom?
If so, what was your most memorable thing of that event?
If you didn't go, do you regret not going?
I didn't go to my prom. I did regret it for years after that. Then after maturing some (some mind you) and connecting with some of the people I went to school with, I found out how their lives went nowhere and they are still trying to live on their laurels of youth. I feel sad for those people who still after all these years only have stories about stupid things they did when they were in school.
I have been at my High School Prom and enjoyed every minute of it. My memorable moment being with my partner and having to share this event with someone who cared for me really showed me great appreciation.
by Steven Escareno 5 years ago
According to young turks news, an 18 year old high school student was suspended for 3 days because he chose to ask Miss America to the prom. Apparently, school officials knew about his plan way before she came to his school for a public appearance, and then he used the Q & A session...
by Adamowen 6 years ago
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by Nerak2Karen 7 years ago
I went to Zion Benton Township High School in Zion, IL and our mascot was a bee. We were called the fighting Zee-Bees
by Bob Cedar 10 years ago
A kid going to a baptist school in Ohio is threatened with suspension which could prevent him from taking part in the graduation ceremony if he goes with his girlfriend to her prom at her public school. That's B.S. He can't dance or hold hands at his school, but the prom isn't as his school. I...
by peter565 4 years ago
Do Americans all go to senior proms and bring a date?We from other countries, always seen Americans asking girls out to prom and everybody go. You don't do it, you are weird. In real life, is it really like that?
by Graham Gifford 7 years ago
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