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School coming to an end!

A few high school students are excited that this semester is coming to an end.

“I feel really happy because I wouldn’t have to be stressed about school anymore,” Semiyah Royal, junior, said.

“I feel excited but also nervous because after school I’m going to college since I’m a senior; I’m kind of nervous for the college experience,” Catherine Slatoff, senior, said.

“I’m excited because I wouldn’t have to worry about school anymore since I’m graduating this month,” Dustin Webb, senior, said.

“I’m happy school’s ending because I get to graduate in a few days and finally live life,” Spencer Boon, senior, said.

“I feel excited school is about to be out, I feel like I’ve beenĀ  in school forever; it felt like it was going to never end,” Sidney Yarboro, sophomore, said.

“I’m excited schools about to be out because now I can really focus on my nail career, and take clients everyday now,” Tracee Saunders, junior, said.

Another few of the highschool students don’t know how to feel that school is about to be over for this semester. Some are sad.

“I’m kind of sad because I’m going to miss my friends and my favorite teacher,” Delaney Haymore, junior, said.

“I’m really excited but also really sad because I won’t see my favorite teachers again until August, and I really love school,” John David, junior, said.

“I don’t really know how to feel because I’m going to miss my teachers and miss my friends that I’ve met this year,” Adyson Batemon, sophomore, said.

“I’m sad because now I only have one more year of school left, and I’m kinda scared for the adult life after I graduate, I hope next year goes by slow,” Amiracle Starling, junior, said.





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Ameyea Murphy is a junior. She enjoys cheerleading, doing hair, and hanging out with her friends. She dreams of going to Hampton University to become an EKG nurse.