What Seniors Want For Post-Prom

Jordan Butler

It is that time of year again: the time of year when seniors rent tuxedos, buy dresses and make decisions about what they will do after prom. This year post prom is being held at RISE, where it was also held last year.

Each year this celebration is held so that students have a safer alternative to a potentially unsafe post prom party. This year, seniors are being quite vocal about their wishes for the after party.“More inflatables, so the lines aren’t so long, and better prizes,” says Maddie Coburn, a senior at Cosby. Keaton Fisher, another senior at Cosby, also advocated for more inflatables. He says, “I don’t want to take one step on a non-bouncy floor.”  

Last year, the wait for the inflatable attractions could sometimes be ten to twenty minutes long. Fisher also wants free food at the event, and this year he will get his wish. All food will be included in the price of admission.

These students have voiced their opinions for post prom, but they do not have to be the only ones. Comment below with your thoughts on post prom.

Correction: This article has been revised to reflect the fact that food is included in the price of admission.