The seniors are getting ready to finish of their life as high school students and are prepping for their freshman year at college.
During this week on Wednesday, Oct. 9, the senior class of 2013-14 took their senior panoramic picture, the final picture of their high school lives. The panoramic picture will be available on Oct. 10, during all three lunches for $25, $30, and $35.
“It’s crazy how time flies, college is right around the corner,” Josh Schnieders, 12, said. “It feels like school never ends but pretty soon it will, and then life is really gonna hit.”
Although it’s just the beginning of the 2013-2014 year, it’s never too soon to realize that this is their last year of being in high school.
“I’m sad that high school is going to be over for me soon,”Schnieders said. “In the time I’ve been here it has helped me grow as a person and has left me with a few regrets.”
Most seniors are excited that this is their last year of high school, but what they don’t know is that some of the greatest years of their life are just about to begin.
“I’m excited for college,” Schnieders said. “I know that [it’s] gonna be some of the best years of my life.”
Even though seniors are excited about getting ready to leave high school, everyone has one thing they are looking to achieve or learn from their last year.
“PFC is working to get into a competition in New York City, so if we [get to] that would be amazing,” Schnieders said.
This might be their last year as a high school student, but soon they are going to be entering the beginning of their life as an adult.