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We’re an interesting bunch of students, the Class of 2018. Each one of us have something different to bring to the table. We are competitive. We challenge ourselves to do better. Our teachers are our mentors. Now classes aren't strictly based on curriculum. Although most of the time they are, there are also instances where teachers will give us advice about our lives after high school. It’s a scary thought; we are already half way there. Next year, we will be taking the SAT/ACT. The following year, we will be filling out college applications. Time is passing by quickly. The first two years of high school weren't easy, and the last two won’t be either. As mature young adults, we need to work hard in order to graduate high school and embark on our own journeys that await.


- Kristine Sarkisian (Class of 2018)