Debonair young gentlemen and meticulously well-dressed young ladies finished the year with style, as the Wagga High class of 2020 celebrated the end of a hectic semester.
The dapper Jake Campbell rocked up to his formal in a decked-out car with some of the mates who he had shared his teenage years with.
"We didn't get to many events this year, so we had a lot of time to hang out with friends out of school and make memories there," Mr Campbell said.
"It was difficult, but it was unique. I think looking back on this year for the future, it'll be something to talk about."
Hayley Hutchinson arrived in a flowing dress and a flashy vintage car for the formal, which she described as a surreal experience.
Ms Hutchinson said this year had been a wild ride, especially due to COVID, and that she could hardly believe it was all over already.
"It's pretty weird. I don't think it's fully set in yet," Ms Hutchinson said.
"I've had a pretty good time. Our group of friends has been really good, and that's definitely been a highlight."
Paige Gaynor said she was already setting her sights on the future, with a view to carrying on the family farming tradition.
"I'm finishing off harvest, and then I'm hoping to go to uni to study agriculture," Ms Gaynor said.
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