Graduation means both excitement and fear for class of 2019

Brenna Rademaker – Mustangs Ahead

Seniors icon(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – LRHS seniors only have 10 days of high school left and with the excitement of finishing school comes a little bit of fear.

It is no secret finances are one of the scariest parts of college.

Senior Julia Drymon said, “I’m going to FSU and I’m excited to meet new people and rush for a sorority, however, I’m scared to live on my own and I’m going to miss my big bed. I have the Bright Futures Scholarship paying for my tuition, so I’m glad I don’t have to worry about that.”

senior Bella Sellmer said. “I’m going to USF and am excited about living on my own, but I may sadly have to take out some loans.  I have applied for many scholarships hoping that helps.”

Senior Cienna Davis is headed to St. Petersburg College. “I’m excited to be on my own and find who I am. I’m scared for the uncertainty that’s coming soon, but I’m so excited for all the new experiences I’m going to make.”

Senior Gina Seaman is taking a different route.  Her next step is doing discipleship training school/missions in Hawaii for six months.

“It’s three months of schooling then three months of outreach anywhere in the world.”  She said she is excited for the experience and can’t wait to start her adventure.

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