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Senior goodbye: Jude Amorose


Dear Archbishop Carroll school,

Back in September 2020, I began my journey to Archbishop Carroll. On June 5, 2024, my journey of being a patriot will end soon. This journey of high school has been a great experience for me and will be something that I will never forget. High school has helped me to step out of my comfort zone, helped me make new friends, and has given me the ardor to attend school events and sports games, especially in my senior year. When I graduate very soon, I am going to miss my friends, and the teachers and staff, who have made the experience so much better for me.

 I have made some great memories at Archbishop Carroll. Some of those memories include homecoming and junior/senior prom, the football and basketball games, and Kairolin. Kairolin has helped me make new friends, and it has also made the rest of my senior year to be something special. Out of all four years of high school, senior year will hold a special place in my heart. Senior is so special to me because I have felt a special bond with my teachers and friends, and I have also made countless memories by participating in as many of the games and events as I could. 

If I were to give advice to underclassmen and juniors, it would be to enjoy every moment. Participating in events, attending the games, and doing other activities can make the school year a lot more special. Senior year only happens once, so it is best to enjoy it all while you can. At the beginning of the school year, I set out a goal to make senior year the best year possible, and the way that I accomplished my goal was simply by enjoying the moment and participating in everything that I could. I just want to say thank you to Archbishop Carroll for making these past four years the best for me. I will miss seeing my teachers and friends every day, and I wish all the best to them. I am looking forward to what comes next in my life, but once again, thank you for everything, Carroll.



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