MHS Seniors 2016 - Wise Words

By Jackson Markow

Well, it’s been another year, and that means only one thing.  Another class that’s been at MHS for a long, long, long, long . . . well, you get the picture - time.  So on their final week (final normal week, that is) before their departure, the Solon Spectrum decided to interview a few anonymous seniors before they are cast into the great voyage of adult life on the fourteenth of June.  Many are looking forward to their life ahead after they have left high school, but for many seniors, their minds have already left months ago.  Anyway, here’s what they said:

 

Q: What was was your most notable memory at MHS?

A: Probably that time in my U.S. II class where my teacher did the worm.

 

Q: What was something you will be glad to leave?

A: That gross painting behind in the hallway by the art room.

 

Q: Say one thing that you would like to get out to any future MHS graduates that you learned or think about MHS?

A: Monmaney and Kim K. are probably the greatest people here, and you should love them and give them all the respect in the world.

 

Q: What was was your most notable memory at MHS?

A: On my birthday, sophomore year, and I was having a really bad day because most of my friends forgot, and I got a really bad grade, like on a test that day or something.  But I went downstairs and my friend from middle school surprised me with a bunch of balloons in the office.  Then I came back to the library, and Mr. Bunting, who was the principal at the time, was throwing a giant dance party in the library.  So, like half the school was in here, and we had music blasting, and we were all jamming, and it was my birthday, and it turned out to be like the most fun day.

 

Q: What was something you will be glad to leave?

A: School.  Ok, the new program in classes, which some of us helped to start, Intro to Computer Science and AP Programming.

 

Q: Say one thing that you would like to get out to any future MHS graduates that you learned or think about MHS?

A: Although [MHS is] a small school, there are a lot of opportunities, and you need to take them.  Enjoy the clubs, and sports, and things.

 

Goodbye seniors, and good luck to you from the Solon Spectrum!