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    my year 11 Prom is at the end of June this year. 2 of my sisters moved to America last year, and I am planning on visiting them in the summer (one lives in LA and the other in Florida). I am stuck because i have a camp at the end of july and through august. If i go to prom then I will have 3 weeks in America, but if I don't go then I will have 4 weeks and it is cheaper. I want to go to prom as I feel like I would miss out if I didn't and i want to go through the experience, however I also want to go to the USA. What should I do?
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    my year 11 Prom is at the end of June this year. 2 of my sisters moved to America last year, and I am planning on visiting them in the summer (one lives in LA and the other in Florida). I am stuck because i have a camp at the end of july and through august. If i go to prom then I will have 3 weeks in America, but if I don't go then I will have 4 weeks and it is cheaper. I want to go to prom as I feel like I would miss out if I didn't and i want to go through the experience, however I also want to go to the USA. What should I do?
    Honestly, go to the US. I think that's a more valuable experience. Imo

    Isn't there prom in Year 13 as well (or am I thinking about the American system. )

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