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Looking Back at Our Most Proudest Moments

National Honor Society induction 2017

National Honor Society induction 2017

National Honor Society induction 2017

National Honor Society induction 2017

Ebony Muentes, Staff Writer

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High school is a roller coaster. We all know how difficult it is to sit in a desk for eight hours, five days a week. But it is going to be worth it in the end. Whether it’s good grades, college acceptance(s), making new friends, everyone has something to be proud of this year. We hear from teachers and students around the school who you may be familiar with, asking them what they are most proud of this year.

This year I am most proud of…

Katerine Navas: “Pushing myself to do track.”

Siobhan Pesce: “Taking my first AP, which was biology.”

Miranda Edwards: “Working and maintaining good grades at the same time.”

Corrine Hickey: “Graduating high school and going to College.”

Lorena Mancino: “Getting into National Honors Society.”

Reilly Gwinn: “Getting into Lafayette College.”

Alison Davis: “Making it to the championship game with my softball team.”

Riley Mansfield: “Not getting suspended this year.”

Caleb Mason: “My competitions at BOCES.”

Sophie Cohen: “Producing and directing the Drama Club showcase and also being involved in the fall play and spring musical.”

Tahira Boyd: “Being an All-League high jumper for the second year in a row and getting accepted and attending the United States’ #2 HBCU.”

Jackson Radcliffe: “That time Dane and I paddle boarded all the way to Costa Rica.”

Jack Ryan: “Getting accepted into Davidson College.”

Ms. Larson: “Successfully completing my first year at Westhampton Beach.”

Mr. Hilly: “The fact that Anthony Strippoli asked me, and not Mr. Hoyt, to train him for intramural football at Tallahassee Community College.”

Mr. Dawson: “Becoming a better Little League Coach.”   

High school is a brand new lifestyle that can be hard for anyone to adjust to, even teachers. You meet new people, make new friends. It is a pathway to your future and only you can shape it. Good luck to everyone and be sure to make the best of it.

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