As the school year winds down, the class of 2019 is preparing for upcoming challenges such as college and graduation.

“It’s so exciting to be graduating, but it’s really scary at the exact same time,” senior Ryan Golle said. “All throughout high school I was supported by my teachers and peers, I don’t want to let any of them down.”

The majority of the senior class are burnt out and ready to move on, but many are still committed to finish what they have started. Throughout their high school years, teachers and students have impacted each other in some way, shape, or form.

“It feels like I was just in elementary school just a couple years ago,” senior Bryan Aroni said. “I’m ready and prepared to just move on with the next thing in my life.”

Moving on from high school is the perfect transition into the working field to help better society. High school was designed to prepare students for the future by providing them with an education that could possibly help them when looking for a job.

“My school counselor really was my mentor she provided me the information I needed so I could apply to my dream school,” senior Daria Stege said. “ She made sure I was on the right path towards graduation.”

Senior year is coming to close and whether students are joining the civilian workforce, enlisting into the military, or furthering their education at a university or a state school, it is conclusive that many seniors are looking forward to adulthood.