I am now a High School Graduate

I’m done now.

Also, High School people randomly banning objects leads to interesting results. They announced to us, “No Airhorns, Silly String, and Beachballs.” So…someone brought beachballs. I think around 10. They kept launching them among the graduating class, and every time one got confiscated, they had another one on hand to blow up and launch out.

Yeah. I hope the world is ready for the Class of 2010.

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14 responses to “I am now a High School Graduate

  1. Congratz!
    So, what are you planning to do now?

    • Thank you!

      Well, have a very relaxing summer, then I am off to college in the fall where I’ll working on my English Education degree. 😀

  2. Congrats! My high school graduation was a bittersweet moment for me because my friends went everywhere, and now Facebook is the only way I can keep up with most of them lol.

    • Thank you!

      I do wonder what’s going to happen between my friends and I. We’re all going in separate directions, and only one of my classmates in attending the same college that I am.

  3. hellomotto73

    Congratulations!!! It’s so hard to believe that seniors all across the country will be separating and going on with their lives somewhere else. It’s quite sad, actually; yet it’s joyful at the same time, as I’m glad the seniors have successfully completed a huge stage of their lives.

    (I’m also happy because it’s time for the class of 2011 to shine. YEAH! GET READY, ‘CAUSE NOTHING AINT GONNA PREPARE YOU FOR THE SHENANIGANS OF ‘011!)

    …did that come off as a bit too strong? My apologies. 😉

    But anyways, I hope you have fun at college!

  4. Yi

    Congratulations on graduating! I hope you have a great time entering a new life stage. ^ ^

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