By Jasmine Lam
In his free time, senior Harrison Sanin likes to work on his car and strives towards becoming an engineer.
He decided to apply for Prom Court with his friends to participate in one of their last high school experiences together.
With his electrifying blue hair, Nathan Tang, senior, leads the Gabrielino Dance Crew.
Tang is excited about his Prom Court experience.
“I was so happy, I screamed when I heard my name,” Tang said with a smile.
While senior Diego Ruiz’s passions lie with marching band and wrestling, he also finds time to coach a soccer team with San Gabriel Parks and Recreations.
“[This was] an opportunity to represent my class in a great way,” Ruiz stated.
Senior Cris Gatliff has never attended a high school dance. Because Prom would be his first and last dance, he figured he would send an application for the Prom Court.
Gatliff hopes to attend Savannah College of Art and Design in the fall.
Eagle-cious. Unifed. Diverse.
Those are the words that senior Izel Gutierrez used to describe Gabrielino High School.
Her love comes from her position as the vice president of the Associated Student Body.
“Kelly was one of the biggest hearts. She makes any situation fun,” stated senior Maya Granados of Kelly Wong.
Wong, senior, is one of the nominees for Prom queen.
She loves music and even taught herself how to play ukulele and guitar.
Outside of school, senior Caia Rice loves to play soccer and hang out with friends. She is the fundraising commissioner for Associated Student Body.
Rice voiced that she is excited to be part of the Prom experience.
“I’d never been on court of anything,” said Elena Macias, senior. “I though since it’s my senior year I’d just go for it.”
Macias is one of the senior princesses this year.
Outside of school, she enjoys listening to The Weeknd.
Biology. Sleep. Soccer.
Junior Ciannah Correa spends at least six hours a week at club soccer practice.
However, when she is not on the field, she likes to watch “The Office
Correa is the only junior on the year’s Prom Court.