Saying goodbye to the last four years

As the school years comes to an end, there are many mixed emotions


FAREWELL As the school year comes to a close, many students say goodbye to the Class of 2022. Class of 2022 leaves to move across the country for college, and while some students are sad to see them go, many are excited for the new change of scenery.

Paige Lamb

It’s easy to say goodbye to a school year when students will be returning after summer vacation. For the class of 2022, that is not the case. But students such as Lindsey Guy, senior, are torn between staying and leaving.

“I think graduating will be exciting but also sad. I have had a lot of memories here,” Lindsey said. “But at the same time, I am ready to start my life somewhere other than here at Munster High School. It is very bittersweet though.” 

College is a must for this student, she dreams of becoming very successful in life.

“I am planning on going to Indiana University Northwest to continue my study there. I am a little nervous, but I am more excited for the change in scenery,” Lindsey said. 

Bobby Guy, senior, also feels the same. 

“I am so excited to go to Bloomington in the fall. It will be a completely different lifestyle, but I am there for it,” Bobby said. “I am going to miss my friends and all the memories here, but I know I’m going to love Indiana University Bloomington.” 

Different classes have different feelings about their senior siblings or closest friends leaving. Kendyll Lamb, freshman, is more upset than enthusiastic that her older sister is leaving for good.

“I feel like I just started going to school with her again,” Kendyll said. “I know she’ll do good things in college but it will be a lot different not going to school with her every morning.”