Following the Prom at the Wellston High School gymnasium, prom goers headed to Wellston Middle School for more casual merriment at an After Party with a theme of “The 50s.”
Following the Prom at the Wellston High School gymnasium, prom goers headed to Wellston Middle School for more casual merriment at an After Party with a theme of “The 50s.”

Wellston High School students and their guests were able to enjoy the experience of Prom Night this past Saturday evening, May 1 after some of those same students were denied the same experience last year to due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

While some restrictions were in place, the main Prom-related activities were able to take place this year. The Grand March where prom-goers were introduced and photographed took place starting at 6 p.m. in the high school gymnasium. Attendance was limited with two tickets being issued to each prom goer.

The Prom itself was scheduled from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. andalso took place in the gymnasium with a theme of “A Starry Night.” The After-Party event rounded out the evening at 10 p.m. at nearby Wellston Middle School with a theme of “The 50s.”

Halle Martin was crowned as the Prom Queen and Emillee Ross and Jaqs Pfeifer were named as her attendants. Cordell Rubio was crowned as the Prom King.