Many people say that your four years of high school are some of the most memorable years of your life. You grow up and change as a person. Your personality changes, your looks, and your future goals. Also, you will create relationships that will last a life time. The Oracle has decided to ask a few graduating seniors some of their favorite moments here at North Springs.
Senior Alex King said, “One of my favorite memories from high school was pep band every home games on Fridays, because walking up to school with the band playing and the cheerleaders cheering was so exciting. Sometimes my cheer friends would let me jump in and cheer with them! It was always a great way to start off the day and to get excited for the game that night!”
“My goals for college are to go to New York. There are so many opportunities up there for me that I would love to take advantage of!”
Senior Prim Green said, “My favorite high school memory was cheering at all the football games, because the energy was so lively!”
“My college plans are to major in film production and move to California.”
Senior Lexi Newman said, “One of my greatest experiences was playing on the North Springs varsity volleyball team, and tennis team. I created long lasting friendships and special memories.”
“For college I am deciding between The University of Alabama, University of South Carolina, and Indiana University and I plan to major in psychology.
Senior Jazmine Palmer said, “My favorite high school memory was during my junior year, our football team won against Hapeville!”
“My college plans are to major in integrative physiology at CU Boulder.”