As summer approaches, road trips are being planned, college roommates are being assigned, and hopeful senior couples are setting up Skype accounts. Every senior is so eager and prepared to leave! A few of us will be returning of course, either as lonely college freshmen or even later as lonelier high school teachers. But for most of us, this is the sad ending of a long four years we’ve spent outgrowing our addiction to cartoons, learning to be responsible adult citizens, and becoming acquainted with the “real world.” Now that I mention it, personally I’m not so sure any of those things have happened yet.
Nevertheless, along with the many things to look forward to, there’s a lot to look back on and appreciate before moving on. Taking a chance to remember all of your memorable experiences in high school—good and bad—is what Senior Night is all about. Here are a few helpful tips you might consider to help make one of your class’s last times together as special and memorable as possible.
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