Seniors make future plans

As the school year comes to an end it means that graduation for the seniors is just around the corner.
Students have made a lot of recent decisions on what their future plans are for next year. Some students are excited to graduate, while others are not ready to leave the school that they have been attending ever since kindergarten. Over the years, students have grown attached to the school and to the entire Skyline community. The attachment makes it harder for them to leave and move on in their lives.
“I’m not ready to graduate yet because I am not ready to spread my wings and fly,” senior Colin Little said.
Even though some students are intimidated by leaving Skyline, many others are looking forward to next year and carrying out their plans they spent so much time deciding on. Seniors spend hours filling out college and scholarship applications as well as picking a school.
“I made my decision by choosing a field that I love and know I could have a career in,” senior Blake Lee said. “I would just advise someone to chose something they love. If you don’t love it, you aren’t going to be able to do it every day of your life.”
Baccalaureate is going to be held on Sunday, Mother’s Day, at 2 p.m. in the big gym. Graduation will follow right after at four.

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