The six hour day, beginning at 9 a.m., presented a mix of singing, acting and dance performances, pottery, paintings and photography exhibitions as well as club tables, games and raffles.
Students had to meet certain grade qualifications, service hours, prerequisites and other requirements to be invited into the prestigious clubs.
With senior class rings, students can remember their high school experience even when they are 40 years old.
The Feb. 22 assembly celebrated Black History month, and recognized the hurdles people of color still have to overcome before we achieve an equal society.
Early yesterday morning, students took a break from their studies and delved into the tumultuous realm of college admissions.