Students share favorite memories, experiences from 2018-19 school year

The school year is coming to a close, and summer is on the way. In a week, we will be free of the homework, tests and deadlines that have occupied our days since August. Many people have good memories to look back and smile on. Here are some students’ most memorable moments from the year.

“I enjoyed Zenith because I made new friends, and I enjoyed the camaraderie of it.” -freshman Nicole Overend

“I enjoyed the time when we were sitting outside for lunch during a thunderstorm, and a large strike of lightning set a bunch of car alarms off. It was really cool and funny.” -freshman Ava Bailey

“I enjoyed marching band because it brings people together, and I made a lot of new friends when I was new here.” -sophomore Noah Richards

“My favorite memory from this school year would have to be musical week. I had so much fun with my friends, and I made even more friends.” -sophomore Hannah Lynch

“[My favorite experience was] winning nationals at cheer because we hadn’t won in five years, and it was super special to the seniors.” -sophomore Reagan Comerford

“My favorite experience has been being able to hang out with my friends at lunch.”

-sophomore Jaden Williams

“[My favorite experience was] beating Lake Travis in football because I was the starter on the team, and it was the best game we’ve played. And they were ranked number two in the state, and we were ranked lower than them.” -senior Danny Salazar

“My favorite memory this year was getting to go to UIL, zones, and district competition for theater, and see other people’s shows and show them ours.” -junior Mina Mashhoon

“Start of robotics season because robotics is fun.” -junior Ian Macinerney

“The orchestra field trip because I thought I was going to be the only person I knew over there, and then I made friends, and it was OK.” -freshman Antoine Cabrol

“My favorite memory from this year was the Mo Ranch retreat for choir because I was in a squad with my really good friends, and we got second place in the Molympics.” -senior Melynn Barber