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Senior Year Reflections

By Mackenzie Slagle Congratulations to the Class of 2021! You have accomplished so much in a year like no other, and you should be so incredibly proud of yourselves! With my own high school graduation quickly approaching (only two weeks away!), I thought that this blog post would be a great opportunity to share my reflections on my senior year! Whether you have already graduated or are just beginning your high school journey, I hope that you can find some helpful advice in this post! :-) It’s the ordinary moments that matter! The day-to-day routine of high school can seem awfully tedious sometimes, and it’s way too easy to mindlessly wish the days away (has anyone else been guilty of counting down the days until break?). But here’s the truth--time flies! And it’s ultimately the simple, daily interactions with my classmates and teachers that have meant the most to me. As I’ve looked back upon my four years in high school, I’ve realized that I treasure the seeming

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