Julia Cavanaugh

Class of 2021 senior goodbye


My first day at Carroll is a day I will never forget. It was January 21, 2019 and I had just transferred. I was terrified and did not know what to expect. I got to meet all of my teachers and classmates. I immediately knew that the next two and a half years here would be nothing less than amazing and I was right.

It is now the end of senior year and I have made the best memories and had the best experiences. Being a transfer is hard enough and coming to Carroll and being able to make the wonderful friends and bonds that I have now is something I will never forget.

I could thank a million people for these past four years but I want to start with my parents. They were nothing but supportive of me and whatever my heart wanted to do, they let me do. When they let me transfer to Carroll, I was the happiest I have ever been. Second, I would like to thank all of the teachers I have had over the years for putting up with me and being there for me no matter what.  Another thank you I want to address is everyone in the ACTS program. They are my people and I love them more than anything. ACTS is my family and I am so proud to call all of them my friends.

Carroll helped me realize that there is nothing in this world I cannot do. Without going to Carroll I would not be the person I am today. With all of this being said, I want to say one last good-bye and thank you to everyone in my life who got me to where I am today. Without further ado, this is my final good-bye.