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Senior goodbye: Syney Nesbitt


Dear Archbishop Carroll High School,

As I prepare to leave, I find myself to be filled with lots of mixed emotions. These past four years have been a roller coaster ride, filled with highs and lows. Despite the challenges I’ve faced, there are moments and individuals who I am extremely grateful for. Saying goodbye to the place that has been my home for the past four years isn’t easy, but I am deeply grateful for the support, guidance, and memories that have shaped me during my time at Carroll.

To begin with, to my family and especially my mother, I owe them, and especially her, a debt of gratitude that words could never properly express. Their support and encouragement got me through the toughest of times, and their belief in me has given me the confidence to pursue my dreams, offering guidance and love that I will forever cherish.

To my classmates and friends, thank you for the countless memories you’ve allowed me to make and share with you. Whether it was simply talking with me during lunch, hanging out with me after school, or  late night study sessions, each moment holds a special place in my heart.  While our paths may lead us in different directions, I will always treasure the time we spent together, no matter how brief they may seem. You have left a lasting mark on my high school experience. 

Lastly, to Ms. Gimpel, my favorite English teacher, I want to express my appreciation for your unwavering belief in me. Your encouragement and support pushed me to become a better writer and thinker, even when I doubted my abilities. Your help and guidance has left a lasting impact on me and I am thankful for all of the lessons you have taught me. You helped make senior year the best year I could have ever asked for. 

As I prepare to move on with the next chapter of my life, I carry the lessons learned and friendships made during my time at Carroll. While my experience wasn’t perfect, I will always be thankful for the experiences that have shaped me into the person I am today.  

With sincere gratitude, 

Sydney Nesbitt

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