It was a night of glitz and glam for the Year 10 to 12 boarding students at the Boarders’ River Cruise in May.
The Perth College Boarders’ Social, which is organised by the Boarding Executive and usually held in the Pavilion with invites extended to other boarding schools around Perth, looked a little different this year due to COVID-19.
The Boarding House was a hive of activity after school as students got dressed up for the new and exciting occasion.
They arrived at Barrack Street Jetty to board the Crystal Swan with their partners and friends.
“It was a wonderful night spent dancing and having fun,” Head of Boarding, Jill Miller, said.
“The boarders and their partners' behaviour were exemplary, and we all thoroughly enjoyed the evening.”
Year 12 Boarding Executive student, Lily, agreed the river cruise was a “huge success”.
“Everyone looked stunning and had a great night dancing the evening away to the DJ on the bottom storey dancefloor or sitting in the area on the top storey,” she said.
“There was even a reunion with two Year 12 students who were invited along who were part of the original Year 7 boarding group but have since left.”