Lesson Learned


There are many things I’ve realized as my senior year comes to an end.

You’d think it’s the time to kick your feet up and make wild memories with your friends before you go off and live your life.


Senior year has been my most stressful year from projects back to back to having to apply for scholarships and writing five page essays. And on top of all of that, imagine having to battle senioritis!

Despite all the bad side effects of being a senior, I’m actually going to miss Judson.

I’m going to miss Ms. Ball chasing kids in the hall, yelling at them to go to class.

I’m going to miss the adrenaline rush from trying to sneak off of campus to grab a bite to eat.

I’m going to miss JRocket TV asking people, “What’s the word on the street?”

I’ve made many memories throughout my years. I’ve learned to live in each moment because they don’t last forever.

I was a hot mess my freshmen year. I made a reputation for myself that I am not necessarily proud of. However, being a part of the journalism program has given me the strength to not jeopardize my future goal of being a journalist.

After high school I’m planning to attend San Antonio College’s to major in journalism and hopefully move on to University of North Texas.

When I look back at my high school years, I will always remember that no matter how bad things are, always remain positive and keep pushing.

There had been many times where I was ready to give up, but I thank some my teachers for reminding me to keep my head up and finish strong.