• Junior Danielle Render makes a regal transformation into fellow Disney princess Tiana, a recent and historical addition to Disney’s characters as the first black princess. (photo by Chrystal Nwaogu)
  • Senior Hannah Hosein interprets Alice in Wonderland in her own way, adding a billowing white cape and pristine satin gloves. (photo by Chrystal Nwaogu)
  • Junior Stephanie Suarez is a perfect replica of the most recent Disney princess Anna, only a breath away from asking “Do you wanna build a snowman?” (photo by Chrystal Nwaogu)
  • Junior Mackenzie Gaissert and seniors Brianna Jarrett and Olivia Bennett each represent their own Minnie Mouse, all different in their interpretations but united in their sweet demeanor and sparkly polka dotted bows. (photo by Chrystal Nwaogu)
  • Junior Hannah Kriner is an adorable Piglet, clutching her character’s best friend Pooh for a day away from their hollow tree home. (photo by Chrystal Nwaogu)
  • Senior Michelle Akomah lets her long hair sway in the wind much like her royal counterpart Pocahontas, the historical and Disney icon. (photo by Chrystal Nwaogu)
  • Seniors Stephanie Vermilya, Alexa Kernodle, and Emily Blair channel their inner superheroes as Cartoon Network’s Powerpuff Girls on character day. (photo by Chrystal Nwaogu)
  • Junior Danielle Render makes a regal transformation into fellow Disney princess Tiana, a recent and historical addition to Disney’s characters as the first black princess. (photo by Chrystal Nwaogu)
  • Senior Hannah Hosein interprets Alice in Wonderland in her own way, adding a billowing white cape and pristine satin gloves. (photo by Chrystal Nwaogu)

by Bianca Theodore, Senior Editor