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Read the words of the YSHS Class of 2015, online or in print in the May 21 edition of the News.

Read the words of the YSHS Class of 2015, online or in print in the May 21 edition of the News.

2015 Yellow Springs News senior supplement

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This annual special issue gives a parting voice to the members of the current graduating class before they’re off into the world. What does the Class of 2015 have to say? Here are some samples:

“In the future, I hope to once again undergo some momentous undertaking. I have not hit my peak; far from it! I know not what yet I will do…”

“Alright, here we go. Yellow Springs is a fantastic place to grow up. I’m glad to have had the childhood I did…”

“I honestly am not sure what I want to write; I could say a lot of nasty, mean things about the people at YSHS, but I don’t want to do that…”

“I, first of all, would like to thank my amazing family. They have made my high school career a little easier, and have given me every possible outlet for new experiences…”

“…it is important to reflect on both the positive and negative aspects of what we are leaving behind. In so many ways, I wouldn’t be who I am today if it weren’t for Yellow Springs.”

“…I could go on about these topics and more forever and ever, or I could say how much of an eye-opening experience living in Yellow Springs has been for me.”

“What I like about Yellow Springs is that no one here is afraid to be themselves.”

“The most valuable thing that happened to me was to have the chance to be an exchange student, being able to live in Yellow Springs, going to YSHS, being part of a really amazing family and working on having the best year ever.”

“Even when it’s been tough, I’ve been able to count on the people around me. Without the support I’ve received, I doubt that I would be as driven as I am today.”

“I was inspired by theatre students who came before me to pursue and develop a long love of theatre.”

“[I’m going to] come back, and open my own French bakery.”

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