The Washington County Career Center held its sixteenth annual prom on April 1 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Churchtown.
The prom, which had its theme “Rock the Night Away” was attended by approximately 250 students along with chaperones and staff members.
Students crowned prom queen and king were Kelsey Sampson of Fort Frye High School, majoring in the Sports Medicine & Exercise Science program and Levi Bickford of Fort Frye High School, majoring in the Electricity program. Prom princess and prince were Kaitlynn Duty of Warren High School, majoring in the Medical College Prep program and Gary Best of Warren High School, majoring in the Graphic Design & Video Production program.
With the student council hosting the event, Career Center students have an opportunity to attend the Career Center prom as well as their home school prom.
L-R: Prom Prince, Gary Best and Prom Princess, Kaitlynn Duty; Prom King, Levi Bickford and Prom Queen, Kelsey Sampson
(Front Row L-R): Queen Candidates: Hannah Yoho, Jayna Davis, Kamryn Morrison, Kelsey Sampson, and Kaitlynn Duty
(Back Row L-R): King Candidates: Ryan Hill, Jerry Richards, Levi Bickford, and Gary Best
(Not Pictured): Peyton Angelo