At Boulder Creek High School, there may be several BMOCs (big men on campus), but only one will be crowned Mr. BC April 17.
The title, coveted by students since 2006, will go to one of 12 nominated contestants from the senior class. Starting at 7 p.m., the boys will compete in such categories as talent, impersonation, group dance and formal wear for a panel of judges that include two randomly selected teachers, last year’s winner, and the school’s principal, Lauren Sheehan.
While only one lucky guy will be able to wear the Mr. BC sash and crown, other contestants could win the alternative titles of Mr. Generosity, People’s Choice and Mr. Congeniality. It’s all in the name of good fun and charity, with Phoenix Children’s Hospital being this year’s beneficiary. The event is open to the public, and at $10 per person, it makes for a great (albeit cheap) date night.
This year’s Mr. BC contestants are:
Quinn Bennett, 17
Student body vice president Quinn Bennett is a...