We’re Done!

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We’re Done!

Seniors are prepared to finally kick back, relax, and stress out about presentations instead of their physical products (Photo courtesy of Ethan Lamont).

Seniors are prepared to finally kick back, relax, and stress out about presentations instead of their physical products (Photo courtesy of Ethan Lamont).

Ethan Lamont

Seniors are prepared to finally kick back, relax, and stress out about presentations instead of their physical products (Photo courtesy of Ethan Lamont).

Ethan Lamont

Ethan Lamont

Seniors are prepared to finally kick back, relax, and stress out about presentations instead of their physical products (Photo courtesy of Ethan Lamont).

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  • April 10th and 11th: Days that will live on in infamy for the rest of the year. On these days, seniors turned their senior project products in. Luckily, that means the seniors are done with the difficult part! (Photo courtesy of Ethan Lamont).

  • “The first semester I had a terrible [time] balancing [my project work] out because I had too many classes. I barely worked on my senior project. However, I didn’t have a lot responsibilities other than my chores the second semester, so I had an easier than many seniors to balance my time,” said senior Rachel Etwaru (Photo courtesy of Rachel Etwaru).

    Rachel Etwaru

  • A handful of seniors wrote and published books. These seniors had to overcome the challenges of writer’s block, deadlines, and burnout. These things can make an otherwise fun project not as enjoyable (Photo courtesy of Rachel Etwaru).

    Rachel Etwaru

  • “I feel relieved. I loved my project, and I’m glad I did it, but I’m glad that I’m finished and it’s over. I honestly love senior project; I was very passionate at first. It’s something I wanted to do for a while, and I want to make a career out of writing. I know if I didn’t have this opportunity, I wouldn’t have done it, and I’m glad I got to write a book,” said senior Julia Goulet (Photo courtesy of Julia Goulet).

    Julia Goulet

  • Goulet and Etwaru are two of the many seniors who put their heart and soul into their work, but like many others, the task became a matter of dedication and hard work. For many, this meant going above and beyond the 80 required hours (Photo courtesy of of Julia Goulet).

    Julia Goulet

  • “Now that the products are turned in, I feel relaxed; it’s like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I can be proud of the long hours I put in. [If I knew how large my project was], I would have committed to do fewer recipes or started it earlier; however I got it done with 120+ hours even after starting it later than intended,” said senior Eva Purcell (Photo courtesy of Eva Purcell).

    Eva Purcell

  • One project is not necessarily just work done by a senior. It is a reflection of the hard work and dedication shown through that one project; it is something that a senior should be proud of (Photo courtesy of Jasmyne Michaels).

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