Orbost Secondary College year 12 students finally got to let their hair down last week.
After enduring two difficult COVID years, the graduating students finished exams and enjoyed a night out at the Marlo Hotel.
School captain, Molly Short, thanked all those who supported the student cohort through the final two years of schooling, both at home and on campus.
“We are very privileged to be able to have our family and friends attending tonight and be able to celebrate in the one room, we know other schools weren’t able to do this,” she said.
“Jack (Herbert, fellow school captain) and I tonight want to share, on behalf of the year 12s, how thankful and appreciative we are for the support of the teachers and staff over our six years of schooling.
IMAGE: Orbost Secondary College held its 2021 Valedictory night at the Marlo Hotel last week, capping off a tremendously difficult year for the graduating year 12 students again due to COVID-19. (PS)
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