Almost There Seniors

Almost There Seniors

Miranda Rothchild, Cora Baron, and

High school, the last stop in education for the kids who’ve grown up together within their graduating class, and some even before then. College will be a thoroughly different experience, whether it’s in the same state, across the country, or across the globe. Hamilton is one of many diverse communities that will feed into countless colleges. The familiar faces will be stripped away, resulting in a scary and true reality. Cherish these last few months, and remember all the growth here.

  These special four years are coming to a close. Senior, Brianna Finucane (12) reflects on what she’ll miss most about high school, “the people that it’ll be hard to keep in touch with.” Friendships that have been life long up until now will be challenged by both distance and time. Cameron Sanchez (12) will miss, “not having to grow up,” when he graduates, and if he could do it all again, he would, “go to more school events.” He hopes the class of 2019 will keep this advice.

  Each year, around 1000 seniors graduate Hamilton. Juniors have big shoes to fill for this accomplished class. Shraddha Krishnan (12) advises the class of 2019 to, “Live your life, be yourself, and have fun.” While students should finish strong in their academics and respective sports, spending time with friends is something to be valued. Treasure these moments. Good luck, class of 2018.