Year 11 students at De Aston School let their hair down and partyed after completing their exam timetable over the previous weeks.
The chosen venue for the Year 11 Prom night was the Kenwick Park Hotel, at Louth.
It was a time to enjoy getting dressed up to the nines and have some fun.
The evening got off to a grand start, with the students arriving in a variety of vehicles - tractor, Mustang, Bentley, Jeep, Mercedes, Jaguars and a classic MG.
Food was fun, with a barbecue and a buffet, plus a chocolate fountain and table favours.
There was also plenty of entertainment on offer, with dancing, the challenge of a mechanical surfboard and even a bouncy castle.
The evening was an extra special occasion for two of the students – Reuben Pritchard and Vikki Rook – who were presented as Prom King and Prom Queen.
And after all the excitement, the young people can now spend time enjoying themselves until going back to school for results day on August 20, before taking on the next stage of their academic lives.