Princes and Princesses of the Masquerade
April 11, 2018
Prom King Nominees
Prom is one of the most important days of a senior’s life. Many people look forward to becoming an upperclassman just to attend this exciting event. One thing that is even better than going to prom is being nominated for the Prom Court.
One nominee for Prom King is Michael Anyanwu. When he found out that he was nominated, he was very shocked because he was not expecting it, but he would like to thank everyone that voted for him. He has been involved in basketball and football throughout his high school career, as well as being in a youth group at his church. He plans to attend Utah State University and major in physical therapy with a minor in business; he also hopes to one day play in the NFL.
Chase Evans is also a Prom Prince. Chase has played varsity basketball since he was a freshman. When he found out that he was on Prom Court, he was surprised because he never thought that he would be one of the lucky few to be nominated. He also plans to attend college and continue his basketball career.
Prom Prince Louis Farrar was nominated by the Spanish Club as well as by the Cheer team. He was very excited when he heard his name get called for the nominees, and he was even more ecstatic when he realized that he was on the court with his girlfriend, Stevie Morales. Throughout high school he has been involved in football, basketball and BETA. He plans to attend the University of San Diego where he will continue his football career.
Prom Prince John Padilla was shocked and surprised when he found out that he was on court; it was a dream come true. During his time at CO, he had been involved in football and had been a part of the IB program. After high school he plans to move to Alaska and adopt a panda.
Prom Prince Joseph Romero was nominated by the Spanish Club. His reaction to being on court was surprise and excitedment, and it means a lot to him that his friends voted for him. Throughout high school he has been involved in football. After he graduates, he plans to attend a four year university while majoring in criminal justice and playing football.
Congratulations and good luck to all of the nominees.
As the school year comes to a close and as the seniors come closer to graduating, a monumental night comes closer: Prom. Charger students went to the voting polls to vote for these five young women to potentially be the 2018 Charter Oak Prom Queen.
One princess is Tiffany Allende. Tiffany, throughout high school, has been involved in softball, track and cheer. “Being nominated was really exciting and gave me something to remember about my senior year,” said Tiffany. “I was surprised, but really happy and excited.” After high school, Tiffany is planning to attend a four-year university.
“Three facts about myself: I am addicted to Chick-fil-a, my personality suits my middle name (Joy) and I know every vine reference,” said Tiffany.
Doaa Elafify was a voted as a princess. Throughout high school, Doa has been involved in track and field, tennis, ASB, IB, Middle Eastern Unity, UNICEF chair board, COHS chicken crisis and the involved in ICC Islamic Community.
“I was surprised because I didn’t expect it. However, I was immediately thankful, and I wanted to thank every single person who voted for me,” said Doaa. “Being nominated means a lot to me. Knowing that students chose me to be on court makes me thankful.”
Doaa has already found her dress: look for her in a gold gown. Doaa’s plan is college after she graduates although she is unsure where she is attending.
“I have the same thumbs as Megan Fox. I am Egyptian, and I am a Hot Cheeto addict,” said Doaa when asked for three facts about herself.
Varsity cheer captain Stevie Morales is a 2018 Prom Princess. Stevie has been involved in Charter Oak cheer as well as being on this year’s competition team. Spanish Club and the Senior Class nominated Stevie for prom court.
“I was beyond ecstatic and surprised; it is such an honor,” said Stevie. “I have a friendly relationship with everyone on court. Having my amazing boyfriend, Louis Farrar, on court with me is such an amazing experience.” You can expect this princess to arrive in a subtle blush rose colored dress.
After high school, Stevie will attend California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
“If I won prom queen, I would thank and give all my friends a giant hug for voting for me!” said Stevie.
Prom princess Caitlin Orr is vice president of Spanish Club. Spanish Club nominated this princess. “I was very excited and surprised. I feel honored to be chosen. I know everyone on court, and I am so happy to be on with one of my best friends, Stevie Morales,” said Caitlin.
After high school, Caitlin plans to attend a four year university to major in biochemistry.
“I have hazel eyes, I am left handed and I have a basketball game tomorrow,” adds Caitlin, also known as “Baconitrain.”
In additon to being a Prom Princiess, Lani Rodriguez is also a softball player. Lani recently committed to Middle Tennessee State in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, where she will continue to play softball. Lani is also involved in Leadership and Psychology.
Congratulations to these five beautiful women and may luck be in their favor. Voting will take place Wednesday, Apr. 11.