Indecision turned into positivity
My senior year at WHS has been bombarded with questions. Questions asked by friends, family and even myself.
Where are you going to college? Do you want to leave Ohio? Stay? What do you want to study? Are you excited for college? Are you going to miss high school? Are you going to miss your friends? Are you going to travel? What are you doing with your life?
For the longest time, my response was always, “I am not positive yet.”
But now, as I sit down to write my final piece for The Wooster Blade, I am positive about many more things than I was at the beginning of my senior year. I am positive that I am beyond excited to continue my education at Kenyon College in the fall, and I am positive I will discover my passion and decide my major along the way.
I am positive I am going to miss all my friends, family, teachers, coaches, mentors and even the person who told me taking AP Biology as a sophomore was a good idea. I thank you all dearly for challenging me and showing me what I love and value most.
As someone who was selectively mute as a child, I am positive that high school has challenged and shaped me into a more outgoing and social person that I could have never become without activities like Blade, marching band and gymnastics. I am especially thankful for Blade and how much it has improved my confidence in writing, design and social skills, and how many friendships I have made and great experiences I have had.
Most of all, I am positive that I have made so many memories at WHS I will never forget and I hope that every senior has also found the positives of their high school experiences.