Five months is all that's left. Growing up with the people you spent your whole life with has some terrible memories but some great memories. People have grown into the best possible version of themselves in the past few years. It’s scary to think, you’re now entering adulthood by yourself. Others haven’t planned out their future and some have gone beyond the lines to plan it out since they were kids. The anxiety and fear of leaving behind a whole different world, just to explore a new one. Hearing people who have graduated has said it gets easier or it gets harder. You just need to know your own future and what you see is what you might like unless you try hard to make it happen. Brandon Pearson, a senior at Estancia High School has said, “I’m excited to leave. I enjoyed the memories I’ve made with my basketball team and my best friends. But I think it’s time for me to leave and see how my future goes.” The pure happiness people have felt seeing their friends in the hallways, the loudness and crowds that form when you’re trying to get to your class, will be going by faster and you won’t be able to experience that. Freshman year was the easiest, sophomore year was the easiest yet hardest year, junior year is the hardest because you’re going into your final year. Senior year will go by the quickest and easiest. The past 4 years of your life vanishes in a matter of seconds and now you’re becoming an adult. It’s crazy and exciting. It’ll be great.
Reporter: Leslie Ventura