Seniors: Their final six words

According to legend, author Ernest Hemingway claimed he could write a story in six words. He wrote: “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.” Since then the six-word memoir has been popularized in books and magazines. Here’s how SHS seniors summed up their high school experience in six words.

“Wish it went by lots slower” – Jordynn Allinger

“Determination, Perseverance, Hard Work=Bittersweet Success” – Abigail Schaffer

“Exciting, Nervous, Adventurous, Life, Fun, Drama” – Gwenevere Henderson

“Always skipping, but never failing” – Emalee Klaumann

“It was fun while it lasted” – Amora Casados

“Wait, is it time for snacks?” – Hayden Taylor

“Spongebob, Season 3, Episode 1, 12:13” – Taylor Milne

“It will stick with me forever” – Emiko Wingren

“Try new experiences, expect different outcomes” – Nicholas Lehman

“Old ways won’t open new doors” – Ami Minor

“It’s been real and it’s been fun” – Payton Liebelt

“Tempo driven, rolling with the dice” – Orion Rutherford

“No sleep but a positive attitude!” -Trinity Hill

“High School Musical lied to me” – Ivy Hartman

“Very memorable would not change anything” – Kaitlin

“Came in late, left out early!” – Lilie Richards

“Scary, Exciting, Memorable, Love, Cheerleader, Crazy” – Kalei Evans

“I willingly gave my last goodbye” – Chariti Gomez Barrales

“I don’t know what I’m doing” -Kade Worthey

“So many spaces, so few words” – Austin Garrett

“Nothing matters, dress how you want” – Sophia Herman 

“Opportunity won’t wait up for you” – Lin Stone

“Wait, there was a test today?” – Amanda Bishop

“It goes by in one blink” – Pam Carter

“Challenged me, inspired me, changed me” – Sarah Mason

“Lunch is always a crazy mess” – Nathan Lenz

“What seemed like forever, is gone” – Devin Pedro

“Goodbye years of Drama, Memories, & Friends.” – Melissa Milbradt

“Thick hallways, numbing voices, bright lights” – Jacklyn Hermann

“Keys to the kingdom, use them.” – Cheyanne Lampert

“The clear path to our futures” – Madison Stoops

“‘Finding balance between meaning vs. happiness’ – Chris Rippel” – Ashley Rodriguez

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