One common feeling among seniors is a sense of pride in their accomplishments. After years of hard work and dedication, they have finally reached the finish line. As Ben Holland, a senior put it, “Graduating feels like a huge accomplishment. I’m proud of myself for making it this far and excited to see what the future holds.”
Another common emotion is nostalgia. Seniors may feel sentimental about the memories they’ve made in high school or college and the people they’ve met along the way. As Sahil Jumma reflected, “I’m going to miss my friends and the community we’ve built here. It’s bittersweet to be leaving, but I’ll always cherish the memories.”
There can also be a sense of uncertainty about the future. Graduating seniors may be unsure about what comes next or feel pressure to have everything figured out. As Ben Holland expressed, “I’m excited for what’s next, but also nervous. There are so many unknowns and it’s hard to know what to expect.”
Despite these mixed emotions, graduating is ultimately a time of celebration. It’s a time to acknowledge the hard work and dedication that has led to this moment and to look forward to the opportunities that lie ahead. As Charlie Hurley put it, “Graduating means I get to move on to the next chapter of my life. I’m excited to see what’s out there and to make the most of every opportunity.”
In the end, graduation is a time to reflect on the past, celebrate the present, and look forward to the future. It’s a time to be proud of everything that’s been accomplished and to embrace the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.Graduating is both an end and a beginning. It’s the end of one chapter, but the beginning of so much more.
Hello! My name is Marco Kempinski. I am excited to be part of the LRHS newspaper for the year 2022 & 2023. I enjoy constantly expanding my knowledge and experience.