What better way to show off one’s culture than free food? Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School hosted its second annual Kelly Cultural Festival April 7 where students served various ethnic foods to represent the diversity of the school.

From Lebanese humus to Vietnamese sweet sticky rice, samples of food were available to enjoy for festival attendees.

To kickoff the event, a few students gathered at the front and said “Be kind” in multiple languages, such as Spanish, French, Italian and Filipino.