The Sunnyside Auto Show returns to support the High School Class of 2022!


Amazing Car Show returns to the town of Sunnyside to support high school graduates

2022 Sunnyside Auto Show

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the Sunnyside High School Car Show Fundraiser returns for 2022! The Sunnyside High School Car Show’s last fundraiser was before the COVID pandemic, so it’s a big deal that it’s coming back.

Students, staff and volunteers are so excited about the event that they can’t contain it anymore! This week I had the chance to speak to someone who had so much passion and enthusiasm for the event and for the real story behind this amazing fundraiser.

The senior class at Sunnyside High School has been through so much over the past three years. They were among other primary school students around the world who were the first entire second grade class to come through the COVID-19 pandemic. They had to deal with two whole years of remote/hybrid/in-person school experiences.

SENIORS 2022!!! – IN PERSON, BABY!!

Juniors 2021 – HYBRID/Limited in-person experiences

2020 Sophomores – YIKES, COVID-19 PANDEMIC!!!

The Sunnyside High School Car Show fundraiser is one way for this year’s senior class to celebrate with a big party and various activities. Some of these activities wouldn’t even be possible without the funds raised by the school at the Sunnyside High School Car Show Fundraiser, so let’s give the event our full support if we can. !

Check out the winners and get more info on the Sunnyside High School Car Show since they last had one (2019) and get details on the next upcoming car show at shscarshow.com.

2019 Sunnyside High School Car Show Fundraiser Winners

The last Sunnyside High School Car Show Fundraiser before the COVID pandemic! Discover the winners and get more information about the upcoming car show at shscarshow.com.
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