Isabella Biancamano

Graduation is said to be one of the most important parts and milestones in a person's life, with all of these memories accumulated along the way leading up to this exact moment, but it appears to be very anticlimactic, probably because of the pandemic. It seems like only yesterday that I began my freshman year. Because of how quickly time has passed, it is difficult to believe that I am this close to graduating. However, between then and now, I've gone to different schools, both in and out of state, which was a big adjustment, each being very different considering I had to meet new people, catch up and figure out the scheduling. I have had people come and go, like new friends because of this. However, the people I did meet were very kind and showed me around, and a few of them I still talk to.

And now I had to start this new school year at a school I've never even stepped foot in. So far, my senior year has been quite enjoyable; I'm grateful that I was able to enroll in this school and, at the very least, meet some of the teachers and students through Zoom. I'm grateful to all of my teachers for assisting me in adjusting to school and understanding how things work. I'm looking forward to college next year, even though I'm not sure what I want to do yet. I'm excited to finish high school and begin a new stage in my life.