As the end of the 2017-2018 school year approaches we begin to reflect on the memories we have created. As the Class of 2018, we have been extremely occupied with graduation festivities. During this bittersweet time, we have realized how close we have become over the years.
Throughout the years, we have cherished the second home Saint Augustine School has given us. Our time here will not be forgotten. Saint Augustine School has helped us to mature into well-rounded young adults to help us in the future. From the extracurricular activities to the challenging academics not a single piece of knowledge has been wasted. Saint Augustine School helps their students to become humble, kind, strong, brave, and caring individuals. The faith that Saint Augustine’s has provided will last a lifetime. We, the Class of 2018, have grown in our love towards God because of the religious activities we experienced first hand everyday. There is never a spare moment where God is not present in our eyes, guiding us throughout the day.
The friendships that we have made at Saint Augustine School will always hold a special place in our hearts. We will greatly miss our times together. From the laughing to the crying we shared together, we realized how we have become a family. We will forever love each other and wish the best for all the graduates during their high school years and beyond. We would like to thank our fellow eighth graders for their help throughout the year with the blog. We appreciate every moment they dedicated to the blog.
One of the hardest goodbyes will be towards our teachers. They have helped us grow in our academics and faith. We have had many enjoyable moments together. Thank you for being our second parents. We will miss you greatly.
Lastly, we would like to welcome the new eigth grade editiors beginning in the Fall: Christopher Sanders, Benjamin Reyes, Natalina Sharp, and Aria Teare. We have great faith in them and wish them the best of luck in continuing the journey of the eighth grade blog.
On behalf of the Class of 2018, we would like to say how thankful we are for each other and our teachers. We have faced many challenges that have helped shape us into who we are today. We love Saint Augustine School with our whole hearts and will miss it greatly!
By: Lindsey Frisina and Danielle Verrecchia
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