The student news site of Holy Family Catholic High School

The Phoenix

The student news site of Holy Family Catholic High School

The Phoenix

The student news site of Holy Family Catholic High School

The Phoenix

Upcoming Graduates

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As the seniors stand on the cusp of graduation, they are waiting with pride, excitement, and perhaps nervousness. The class of 2024 navigated through a unique journey. Things started a little differently for them. With Covid at its worst time, they were the first incoming class to deal with the “new world.” With masks, a block schedule, and Wednesdays off of school, they learned how to adapt to adversity from the beginning. With many challenges, the class of 2024 became stronger and better connected as a grade. They were able to bond over the unique things they had to deal with; it seemed like they always found a way to be optimistic during difficult situations.

Nearing four years at Holy Family Catholic High School, the senior class is ready for the next chapter in their lives. For most, the next chapter is college, but some are going off to play junior hockey and a few are even taking a gap year. This has been the best four years for some students here at Holy Family and the seniors will forever cherish the times they were able to have. Skyler Theis, a senior, said, “I’ve never felt time go by this fast before. It feels like it was just yesterday I was a small freshman getting driven to school every day.” The weeks flew by and before the seniors realized it, they were upperclassmen and leaders of the school. The seniors accomplished goals and had plenty of milestones during their time in high school. As they walk across the podium for graduation, they will take their accomplishments with them into their new world. They’ll remember the impact they made in high school and take all of the lessons they learned and apply them to whatever they are striving for. However, they all need to remember what they say as a class every day, “Live Jesus in our hearts, forever.”