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A Bittersweet Farewell

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Sky Lopez (She/Her)
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A significant turning point in a student’s life occurs when they graduate from high school and get accepted into the schools or institutions of their dreams. Teachers are experiencing a wide range of feelings at this time, including pride, joy, and maybe a hint of grief, as their students graduate and fulfill their academic goals. 

When their students are admitted into the schools of their dreams, teachers are incredibly proud. They are immensely gratified to see their students succeed since they have seen the effort and commitment they have made to their studies. 

Mr. Alvarado helping a student (Kevin Santiago (He/Him))

Mr. Alverado says, “Knowing that my students have been accepted into their dream colleges is a powerful moment.” “It’s a testament to their resilience and ambition, and I’m proud to have been part of their journey.”

After students get their decisions back it’s time to celebrate graduation, and teachers are happy for their students’ accomplishments. Teachers get great satisfaction in knowing that their students have been admitted into prominent universities and are headed for prosperous futures.

They tend to look forward to what the future holds for their pupils, but graduation often comes farewell. It can be distressing for teachers to watch their kids go after years of guidance and support. Many teachers like to come to graduation to see their students walk across the stage. 

The math instructor, Mrs. Shanakian stated, “It’s bittersweet to see them go.” “After years of being a part of my life, they are finally moving on. Although I’m excited to see them grow, I will miss having them in my class.”

Ms. Shanakian (Sky Lopez (She/Her))

At graduation, they spend this time reflecting and considering the path they have traveled with their students, for some teachers have certain students a couple of years in a row. They reflect on the difficulties they have encountered as a team and the intellectual and personal development of their students.

Ms. De La Cruz says, “Watching students graduate is a moment of reflection for me.” “It’s a chance to look back on their progress and celebrate how far they’ve come.”

In addition, Teachers cling to hope for their pupils’ future achievement as they continue their education. They hope to witness their pupils succeed and leave a lasting impression on society.

Ms. Shanakian says, “Watching them go is hard, but I know they’ll go on to do amazing things.” “I’m excited to see where their journeys take them.”

In summary, teachers go through a roller coaster of feelings when their senior students graduate and get accepted into their ideal universities. It’s a moment of pride, happiness, introspection, and a heartbreaking farewell. Teachers anticipate the excellent futures their pupils will have, even though they may miss their kids.

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Emma Shanakian (She/Her)
Hi my name is Emma Shanakian (she/her). I am a junior, and I'm very excited to write articles for the Arcade.
Kevin Santiago (He/Him), Photographer
Hello, my name is Kevin and I am a photographer for the arcade. I am a senior at North Hollywood High School and a member of SAS.
Sky Lopez (She/Her), Photographer
I am a photographer for the arcade. I love to make pieces in ceramics.
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