Graduation party for Quebec students

Graduation party for Quebec students
Graduation party for Quebec students

After the pandemic forced two years of cancellations, delays, and outdoor ceremonies, it’s the class of 2022 that reignites the prom.

“This is the prom of 2022,” shouts a group of students.

“In the last two years they have remained positive,” said Cristina Celzi, principal of Laurier Macdonald High School (LMAC). “They’ve done their job, they’ve done what they had to do to get here.”

LMAC students, teachers and staff packed the Salle de Réception Le Classique in Montreal’s Saint-Leonard district for their prom on Thursday. Smiles, music and dancing also filled the room.

“For them, it’s obviously a rite of passage, a celebration,” added Celzi.

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Students at Laurier Macdonald High School enjoy a meal before the dance begins at their graduation party. (Credit: Pamela Pagano/CityNews)

The students react

“I thought the pandemic was still going to take over,” said one student. “I am very excited because we are the first class back that we can celebrate that we have finished high school.”

“I hope to look back on years and think that it was amazing,” said another.

“Especially with COVID, I’m glad we like to have a prom under similar circumstances.”

“You get to see everyone dressing their best, everyone doing their best and, you know, having a good time.”

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LMAC students pose for a photo at their graduation party on Thursday, June 23, 2022. (Credit: Pamela Pagano/CityNews)

 

“This is definitely a time to celebrate, it’s the end of her high school life,” said Sonia Manago, a teacher at LMAC. “Teachers, students, we celebrate together.”

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“It is the closure of five incredible years of our lives,” he added.

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“It’s an amazing moment, I’m so glad he’s back,” said Manago.

“It’s a way to create memories for your friends one last time,” one student added.

“I remember my prom,” Celzi said. “I hope you have as much fun as I did.”

 

 

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