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Posted on Thu, May 2, 2013 : 3 p.m.

See and share photos from prom 2013 in Washtenaw County

By Kyle Mattson

High school juniors are making their decisions for where to attend college and seniors are counting down the days until graduation, but the busyness of the final few weeks of the school are forgotten each year as students gather for prom.


Skyline senior Drew Graham laughs and dances during Skyline High School's first prom in 2012.

Jeffrey Smith | File Photo

While some students will be celebrating their school's final prom, others are simply looking forward to dancing the night away. This year we'll be featuring photo galleries from many of the high schools across Washtenaw County. We've also partnered with a number of schools to have photography students show their creative talents and document prom from behind the lens.

We don't want to leave anyone out, though, so student and parents -- send us your prom night photos, too, and we may feature them in a gallery here on

To submit your prom pictures use the hashtag #a2photos on Instagram and Twitter or upload your shot with the form below.

PHOTO GALLERIES (Will be linked as photos become available)

May 3-4

May 10-11

May 17-18

June 1

Note: Additional schools will be added in upcoming weeks. For more prom galleries from across the state visit:


Dr. Fate

Mon, May 6, 2013 : 3:19 p.m.

Ah, high school prom, the last hurrah before it gets real.

Linda Peck

Fri, May 3, 2013 : 7:41 p.m.

I will look forward to seeing some great pictures up here!


Fri, May 3, 2013 : 5:55 p.m.

Pioneer High School and a few other high schools offered perks to those who donate gently used prom dresses. Prom dresses are mostly worn once and then stuffed in a closet. On Saturday nite the Corner Health Center will co host a free event for those who can't afford a dress but want to go. Doors open for show at 8 pm at the Ypsilanti District Library on Michigan Avenue. Dresses available for free at The Corner. I plan to go and see because I know a few girls who plan to walk the cat walk to model what is available and they have never modeled before. Who knows who may be watching.