Six Flags: the happiest place on earth for Orcutt Academy seniors

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Six Flags: the happiest place on earth for Orcutt Academy seniors

Seniors jump for joy about the new Grad Nite location.

Seniors jump for joy about the new Grad Nite location.

Hope Davidson

Seniors jump for joy about the new Grad Nite location.

Hope Davidson

Seniors jump for joy about the new Grad Nite location.

For the past few years, seniors at Orcutt Academy have experienced their Grad Nite at Disneyland. However, due to limited spots at the Disneyland Grad Nite event, this year’s seniors will have to relocate their festivities to Six Flags amusement park.

As a result, seniors were given ballots to vote for which amusement park they would like to attend for Grade Nite a few weeks ago during Spartan Seminar. The three choices were Universal Studios, Six Flags, and California Adventure; each option having its advantages and disadvantages.

Each amusement park entailed the following details as follows:

Universal Studios Six Flags California Adventure
  • $95
  • Leave Friday at 11 AM, return at 6 AM on Saturday
  • Meal voucher of $15
  • Silent disco and dance parties
  • Rides for seniors exclusively from 3pm- 2am
  • $98
  • Leave Thursday at 6 PM, return at 8 PM on Friday
  • 4 hour buffet
  • Free season pass for all students
  • Movies will be shown all night
  • $99
  • Leave Wednesday at 12 PM, return Thursday at 6 PM
  • Disneyland not included
  • Admission with the public until 9 PM, seniors only from 9 PM – 2 AM
  • Entertainment and dance parties throughout the park

Among students, Six Flags won by a landslide, winning approximately 80 out of the 130 votes, followed by California Adventure with only about 30 votes.

Zachery Williams says the free season pass, the buffet, the dance parties, and especially the roller coasters were most appealing to him and a large number of students, swaying them to vote for Six Flags. Zachery also mentions the movies provide entertainment for the group of those who don’t enjoy roller coasters.  

However, the excitement for the new location is not shared by students who are afraid of rollercoasters. Senior Taylor Heath says she herself is a “scaredy cat and will cry on all the

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