Deniliquin High School's Class of 2012 celebrated the end of their secondary education with a formal on Friday night.November 13, 2012 3:56pm
Deniliquin High School’s Class of 2012 graduates before their formal on Friday night, pictured with principal Andrew Collins (back row, far left) and year advisor Pam Sinha (second row, far right).
The Deniliquin High School Class of 2012 celebrated the official end of secondary schooling with their formal on Friday night.
Before the official dinner at the Deniliquin RSL Club, the graduates gathered at the Deniliquin Court House for their last ever class photo.
The night of nights was a brilliant end to the final ever week of Higher School Certificate exams for the young adults, and was a great way to mark the end of their time at Deniliquin High School.
The girls all looked stunning in their gowns and the boys dapper in their suits and ties.
The night was not just a celebration for the students, with teachers, friends and family also taking part.
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