The Lawn Ceremony symbolically represents the rising of the Fifth Form into the Sixth Form. Taking place adjacent to the Sixth Form lawn, the Lawn Ceremony involves Sixth Form students on the eve of their Commencement pulling, carrying, even spinning their Fifth Form friends onto the Lawn and into big bear hugs of congratulations. As the Sixth Form commemorates the end of their time as current Westminster students, the Fifth Form symbolically steps into the role of leaders on campus. Additionally, the Lawn Ceremony marks a significant moment for the entire school community because the last Fifth Formers standing on the outside of the Sixth Form lawn will be the School Prefects for the following school year. The final two students outside the lawn are the Junior Prefect, Sixth Form President, and Head Prefect, President of the School. Not surprisingly, many students remark that the Lawn Ceremony is the most memorable moment of their Westminster careers.