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THEY have dressed in their finery for a night of celebration.

Hundreds of Huddersfield teenagers leave their high schools this month.

And they have celebrated in what has become a school tradition – The Prom.

Now no end-of-school celebration is complete without that expensive hairdo, the hired dinner jacket and the flashy limousine.

Pupils from Castle Hill School graduated in style with a trip in a sleek white limousine.

The young disabled adults graduating from the specialist college for communication and interaction also enjoyed a party.

Dan Pearce, a staff member at the school on Newsome Road South, said: “We are very proud of our graduates and on their behalf we would like to thank everyone who has helped to make their day so special”.

Youngsters at Colne Valley High School donned their finery for a glittering prom night.

Scores of students enjoyed their big event at the Holiday Inn at Brighouse.

They enjoyed a three-course dinner, music and dancing and took the opportunity to travel in a variety of glamorous limousines.

A bright red London Routemaster bus provided teenagers with a special ride to their annual prom.

The double-deck vehicle collected dozens of youngsters from homes around the area who attend Salendine Nook High School – all in their finery – and took them to the event at the Cedar Court Hotel, Ainley Top.

The bus tour was organised by Jordan Atherton and Nicole Powell and more than a hundred young people were guests.

Leavers from King James’s School, Almondbury, arrived at their end-of-year prom in flaming hot style.

Students Alice Durkin, 16, of Kirkheaton, Lauren Beecroft, 16, of Lepton, Leanne Ferry, 16, of Lepton, Callum Turner, 16, of Lepton, Shannon O’Sullivan, 15, of Kirkheaton, Danielle Shooter, 16, of Lepton and Kersha Crosswell, 15, of Fenay Bridge, rolled up in a retired fire engine.

Royds Hall High School prom guests looked classy in their beautiful gowns and smart suits.

The year 11 leavers celebrated at the Pennine Manor Hotel in Scapegoat Hill.

Students from Crossley Heath Grammar School got red-carpet treatment at The Rock, Holywell Green.

They enjoyed a prom with an English tea party theme, with music until midnight.