Liberty class thankful for lessons learned
Justin Brumley and Charlotte Burris
Liberty High School
Memories, friendships and wisdom passed on to one another -- these are all of the great things about the graduating class of Liberty High School.
Over the years, we have come a long way from the class of children that was so eager to make new friends on our first day of school in 1990.
We now approach a time in our lives where we could easily lose touch with many of our closest friends. But we firmly believe that this graduating class of 2003 does not have the heart to lose touch with one another.
Our school is incredibly small. Our graduating class is a mighty 28.
We all know each other very, very well. The friendships we have made will always be there for us in those times of need.
The experiences that we have had throughout our time at our little high school have been unmatched at any other time in our lives. Good and bad grades, the loss of loved ones, a terrorist attack on our country and a war. We have held together while crying, laughing and cheering.
We have been blessed to not lose anyone in any unfortunate accidents. Our class is wise in making decisions regarding lifechanging consequences.
The class thanks the teachers and staff for helping us along the way. Thank you, Mr. Strait, for pushing us the past four years and teaching us so much. Thank you, Beth, for writing all of those tardy slips without asking why. Where would our school be without the world's best secretary?
And the senior football players would personally like to thank Mr. Fletcher for teaching lessons not only on the football field but in life as well.
We send a thank-you to all the teachers for lessons of life. These are lessons we will carry forever.
Memories, friendships and wisdom passed on to one another -- these are the things that we will remember. These kids are those who will be in our minds for the rest of our lives.
Based on that, each and every one of us can say that high school was a life-altering experience.
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