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Goodbye Junior Year, Hello Senior Year

By: Christina Garcia

Throughout my three years of high school, I’ve learned so much, not only the subjects I’m required to learn but also about myself. I’ve come to know my weaknesses and my strengths. I grew as a person both mentally and physically. It’s hard to believe I will only need to complete one more year of school until I’m out to the real world. It sure does make me emotional but proud. My goal is to be prepared for what next year has to offer. I will make sure I enjoy each day and make my last year something unforgettable. I’m so excited to take part in the senior traditions like writing a senior will, yearbook day in the gym, and hanging a senior banner on the fence. I’m most excited for senior dress-up day on Halloween.

I’m really hoping to go to Lanier Tech to study dental hygiene and hope to work in this field after getting my degree. Being a senior means so much to my family because not many make it this far or give up too soon. Yes, there’s been ups and downs and dreadful mornings having to get up early and go to school, but it’s all worth it in the end because I will get my diploma on stage. I know I will make my parents proud and nothing can beat that.

 



Senior Year Feels 

By: Chess Hawkins

Karlee Taunton and Chessy Hawkins frist day of senior year.

Graduation is coming up for the senior class of 2018, and there are so many mixed emotions flying around. It probably hasn’t hit some of the seniors yet that they will be graduating this month. On the other hand, some feel emotional, nervous, excited, scared, and even impatient to leave. Some of us will be going off to college or technical school while some might be taking a year off or starting a career. But no matter what direction seniors will take, there is no denying that we are all excited to step into adulthood. I personally can’t wait to walk across that stage and get my diploma, but here are some thoughts from other North Hall seniors who are approaching graduation.  Here are some other seniors’ opinions on graduating:

 

Alison Turner:  “I’m excited, but nervous.”

Carli Satterfield: “I don’t want to graduate.”

Megan Hawkins:  “I’m ready to leave.”

Diana Millan:  “I feel overjoyed, ready to never come back.”

Hayleigh Stonham:  “I’m excited, I just want to move on with life.”

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