Farewells

Dear Class of 2018, 

       These past few years with you guys have been some of the best years of my 18 years on this earth. I know that I don’t know all of you personally but know that I am still very proud of each and everyone of you for all that you have accomplished. I hope that each and everyone of you have made as many memories with great friends as I have. And no matter where you go in life just know that you will always be a pirate from the class of 2018.

Your Class President,

Shawn Melton

Dear Class of 2018,

            This is the end of many but the beginning to much more. Class of 2018, we have been through many ups and downs: from being swept to beating Grimsley in football every year. Our class will impact the future. The educators will teach our children, the athletes will entertain us, the doctors will heal us, the ones serving our country will protect us, we will invest in our future CEO’s, and we will support everyone else with their future jobs. Ever since we walked through the double doors our freshman year we have become family. We have grown and thrived together the past four years. From the first step in the doors to the last step out, Page has allowed us to become the best men and women we can be. To everyone in the class of 2018, good luck in your future endeavors!

Best wishes,

Branch Bobbitt

Editor in Chief

Dear Class of 2018,

RISE UP! RISE UP! RISE UP!

The time has come for you to depart Walter Hines Page High School. You now leave our Treasurer Island, the crowded halls and the protective arms of your teachers, administrators, and friends. All have nurtured, encouraged, and challenged you in your studies. The personal growth that you have experienced since your arrival is evident. You have spent countless hours and enjoyed cherished times with classmates. This graduation day brings with it a roller coaster of emotions for graduates and your families alike. It’s a time of celebration and achievement. There is reflection on past trials and successes as well as hope for the future.

Graduation is just the beginning of the good things that I know you all will accomplish. Page High School has prepared you for anything that comes your way. While you may not be certain of your future course, you are indeed prepared for your journey. You have been educated by a talented faculty in a school composed of a diverse student body and with a diversity of ideas. Your pirate family resembles much of what you will find in the world. Continue to embrace the diversity that you are sure to find outside of the grounds of Page. Regardless of your pursuits, know that you possess the tools with which to navigate your new beginning.

Class of 2018, this is your time! As you go forward, remember your Page High family and all who have shaped and loved you. A world full of opportunity awaits you. We are expecting great things from you. See you at our next Celebration. Page High Forever, Page High Forever!

Mrs. Timmons-McLaughlin

Interim Principal

Staff  Predictions

Branch Bobbitt- Will still be at the orthodontist

Jacob Ludwig- Most likely to sleep through his own wedding

Chad Kellum- Will still be trading cars . . . never mind

Ryan Moton - Most likely to get towed on the last day of class

Hannah Avondet- Will have different colored hair every week

Lexi Brunner- Will still be missing

Andy Sardzinski- Andy will still be getting “Stoned”

Spencer Harris- Most likely to own exotic animals

Lydia Whitesell- Most likely to have 18 cats when she is older

Jonathan Clark- Most likely to not do anything and be the most successful

Noah Waxman- Will still be delivering pizza in his red Kia