Senior goodbye: Nia Plummer-Dantzler

Nia Plummer-Dantzler

Dear Archbishop Carroll,

After a long time here with great memories, it is finally time to say goodbye. There are many things I can reflect on from my last four years here. The hardest part is saying goodbye to my friends. These last few years have been weird for us. Although we all became really close this year, I want to thank them. Thank you for always being there for me on my hardest days. I am sad we are branching apart but can’t wait to see what our futures have in store for us. My classmates made my years here. We did it! To underclassmen it goes by fast, enjoy it while you can and really get involved. Don’t wait until it’s too late. 

I encourage you all to get involved whether that be with sports or clubs. One regret I do have is not getting more involved with activities provided at Carroll. I advise you all to live life to the fullest because these four years are the last years without tons of responsibility. My friends and I are about to go our separate ways and no amount of time could prepare us for this change. It has been a struggle to continue pushing through the assignment but after four long years I have done it. Graduation is around the corner and though I am not fully prepared, I am ready. This next chapter in my life will definitely be challenging but I believe it will have its rewarding parts. 

Lastly, to my family, most importantly to my mom, it truly takes a village and I couldn’t have done it without you all! Your continual love and support has prepared me for what lies ahead. I can’t express my gratitude enough. Thank you Carroll!

Sincerely, Nia Plummer Dantzler