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PHOTOS: Students dance night away at Frosh

The masquerade-themed Frosh brought together both underclassmen and upperclassmen for a night of dancing and fun.
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Evelynn Lin ’25
The crowd’s hands go up as they unanimously groove to an iconic pop song.

In a mystique of masks, dancing, colorful lights, and glamorous fits, Haven’s freshman-sophomore dance– Frosh– took place in the high school gym on March 14. 

Frosh is an annual dance at Haven for the freshman and sophomore classes. Many underclassmen invite their junior or senior peers to attend the dance with them. 

The dance was planned by the class of 2026 and class of 2027. 

“They were involved from the very beginning, from deciding on the theme,” sophomore class adviser Mrs. Beth Benzing said. “We had two of our participants organize and help with the new system of checking in with tickets. We had the freshman class getting involved with decorations. A lot of the students participated in a survey of trying to recommend songs.” 

A mix of pop and rap songs got most of the crowd dancing throughout the night. 

“I rocked Lil Uzi Vert,” senior Billy Brown said. 

For many of the seniors, this would be their last Frosh in their four years at the school. 

“It’s really fun, especially for the last one just dancing out here with all my friends,” senior Marco Kaufman said. 

There was much gratitude for having that last dance opportunity. 

“It’s just a great thing to be with underclassmen and your whole school having fun,” Brown said. “I just want to thank everyone who put together something beautiful for everyone [else]. Not every school has that ability, and I’m appreciative of that.”

For freshman Dajia Bradwell, the dance will be something she looks forward to in the years to come. 

“My first Frosh was actually so fun. I didn’t expect it to be like this crowded, this many people, and I loved it. I love hanging out with my friends and getting all dressed up,” she said. 

“I’m most looking forward to the songs, the outfits, and hanging out with the same group of friends and coming back. I feel like this will be a really memorable time for me.” 

 

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Evelynn Lin '25
Evelynn Lin '25, Editor-in-Chief
Evelynn is a junior at Strath Haven High School, and this is her second year writing for the publication. When she is not busy on the ground taking pictures of fun events or grinding away at articles, she can be found listening to music, taking long walks, studying for school, dancing, making bubble tea, and hanging out with friends.
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