Hillcrest High matric dance

2016-04-19 06:00
 Photo: supplied ABOVE Dressed to the nines, staff and pupils.

Photo: supplied ABOVE Dressed to the nines, staff and pupils.

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HILLCREST High matric dance took place on Friday 8 April.

The theme was "Into the Woods" and the hall was beautifully decorated for the occasion.

The young ladies looked stunning and elegant, and the gents debonair.

As usual, the arrivals were a spectacle with the handsomely dressed couples stepping out of limousines and convertibles.

One couple even arrived in a boat, another in a rickshaw and two couples came through sitting at a dining-room table.

Headmaster, Mr Craig Girvin said: “As usual, the much anticipated matric dance did not disappoint this year. Pupils arrived in all their finery, challenging the razzle dazzle of the Hollywood red carpet.

“Them looking grown up on the night is an appropriate indication of a coming of age for our matric pupils.

“The dance also gives staff an opportunity to enjoy a final social event with the matrics.

“Now the focus can return to studies,” he added.

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