‘Prisma’ deepens unity of AJHS Batch 2020

April 02, 2019
By: 
Cet Tolentino; Video screenshots by Paul Daza

Prisma was a one-night batch event for Grade 9 which was held on the 23rd of February, 2019 at the Ateneo High School Covered Courts. It was a homecoming music festival whose main objective was to unite the batch through memories old and new. At 6pm, Prisma opened its floors to students and their guests, welcoming them with comfortable mats, tasty food, and warm smiles. From 6:30pm to 11pm, various school bands, such as What the Fleeks, Nothing Personal and Afternoon Delight, and outside artists performed for the AJHS Grade 9 batch. The outside artists included Gusacci, Timmy Albert, and SUD, with Gusacci hyping up the crowd for the entirety of Prisma and Timmy Albert setting the chill atmosphere of the event. After every few performances, audio-visual presentations were played showing the memories of each cluster to help in uniting the cluster-divided batch once again. At around 10:30pm, the much awaited band, SUD, was welcomed on stage as the closing act of the night. Though not fully, Prisma truly deepened and unified the batch in more ways than one. The event serves as a stepping stone to further the development of batch 2020.