Spooky season has arrived at Trinity Hall! To kick off the month of Halloween festivities, the Community Life Council held the annual semi-formal dance. Students were able to bring a guest, eat classic finger foods and dance the night away with their friends. This event is one of the most anticipated nights of the school year. Not only do students break it down on the dance floor, even faculty tend to join in and show off their best moves, even challenging students in dance battles. Semi-formal is a great way to engage with peers and meet other students from various schools in the area.
“Semi was so fun and was a great bonding moment with all of our big and little sisters,” said Community Life representative Bridget Kennedy ‘25. “It was a great turnout, the highest attendance we have ever had from the student body and other schools.”
The presence of each grade made Semi a great success. Whether it was their first or last semi-formal at Trinity Hall, those who attended had a blast. Freshmen had an opportunity to meet new people, seniors enjoyed the memorable night of their last Semi with their classmates and students and faculty alike celebrated the Halloween season as a community.
The tradition of hosting a semi-formal is a representation of the community and the sisterhood of Trinity Hall. “It was a great way for me to connect with my whole grade outside of the classroom and talk to girls who I do not talk to normally,” commented student Lizzy McCarthy ‘25.
Community Life Council Chair, AnneMarie Bruneti ‘24 expressed, “I am so happy that everyone had a great experience at Semi! It was so amazing to see so many girls dancing, having fun and overall seeing all the different grades come together as a community”
The Community Life Council worked hard to ensure the Semi was a knockout, which they achieved with great triumph. Semi was a successful night where friendships were made and memories were created, which was only possible through the enthusiasm and hard work of the Trinity Hall community.