Students Prepare for Prom


The time of year that everyone has been waiting on for their entire high school career is right around the corner. Next month on the 20th of May Klein High School will be having their senior prom at 8 p.m. in the Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel.

“It’s exciting and it’s scary. Scared because that means my time in high school is coming to an end and exciting because it’s prom and that’s pretty great.,” said senior Adrian Banda “I have intentions on attending A.P.E, I’m pretty pumped. I heard its better than prom. I’m going to look good prom 2017 It’s going to be lit.”

Most seniors go through many trials and tribulations when it comes to getting ready for the big night. It may be getting your outfit together or your prom proposal.

“So the girl that I asked she kind of liked fishing, so I went to a little river thing and took her fishing, and I attached a fishing line to me and she reeled it in, and I popped out of the water and asked her,” said senior David Malo “I’m expecting a lot of fun to come out of it and I’m really excited about it. I’m going to be pretty tired.”

Getting everything ready for prom can be very stressful but that’s included in anything that requires planning

“I’m excited but stressed kind of because of all the things that we have to plan and all the things girls have to do,” said senior Kaitlyn Hayward. “We have to get a dress and pick where we want to eat things like that. You just have to pushed through that stress there’s no way of getting through it.”

You can’t go to prom on an empty stomach and you can’t go without the appropriate attire

“The best place to go for dinner is any place Italian. It’s just a safe bet, everyone likes Italian.” said Derek Baker “Who do you know that doesn’t like Italian? Everyone likes pasta. And for pictures it’s really not that important as long as if you don’t take them anywhere ugly I don’t think there is a right spot for that. For your suit custom made is the way to go, if you’re going to do something you got to do it don’t just go half way, go all the way.”

Here is a few tip from Assistant Principal Gary Brain on how to be safe at prom and at and still have fun

“Have fun, don’t drink, be careful, don’t do things you aren’t supposed to be doing,” said Brain “Make sure you get a lot of sleep the night before it’s going to be a long night. If anything that is a night to be extra aware of what’s going on around you, just because you do what you’re supposed to we’ve got other people who don’t. When I was in school prom was fun we had a good time, I hung out with my friends we had a really good time. You should definitely go. It’s a one-time thing, there’s nothing like senior prom. Nothing can replace that. There is no senior skip day. If you don’t go to school Monday, you’re absent. A.P.E. is going to be a lot of fun. We can improve by getting parents to participate and kids to show up. We got a lot of great things planned and it’s going to be a lot of fun. You’ll see all the AP’s in a different light.”