As the 2016-2017 year comes to a close, the seniors are taking their last strides through the halls of LFHS. A journey that started in the fall of 2013 will end as they walk across the stage to receive their diplomas very soon. Not only have they grown, they have made unforgettable memories in their tenure as Scouts. So, as they exit through the doors of LFHS one final time, seniors were asked “What will you miss most about LFHS and why?” Here are their responses:
Dominique Hance: I will miss the walk from one class to the next being a max of 4 minutes and, of course, Lynn.
Angela Lee: I’m totally going to miss the teachers. I’ve gotten really close to a lot of them! Some have been my coaches in sports, leaders in extracurriculars/clubs, and many of them have taught me things in class and about life. I’ll definitely come by and visit them during breaks!
Kevin Donahue: I will miss the librarians, especially Ms. Monica Fumarolo.
Lauren Abbattista: I will miss seeing all of the faces I’ve come to know. I will miss the sense of home and comfort that comes with the familiarity of LFHS, although I’m excited to find that feeling again wherever life takes me. Home is where the heart is; LFHS is certainly a home to me.
Charlie Rienkemeyer: I will not miss one specific thing more than another at LFHS. However, what I will miss is everything the amazing school had to offer. The students, the teachers, and faculty and the opportunity to wear the blue and gold. LFHS is where students learn to grow in so many different facets of their life. While I will not be a student at LFHS anymore, I will certainly always carry what it taught me and continue to represent the school to the best of my ability in the future.
Tereza Kubatova: I am going to miss going to the school and seeing everyone I know as I walked through the same familiar hallways every single day
Lisa Clair: I am going to miss Ricky Myles and his screaming before football games as well as Lynn’s sweet smile while we pay for our lunch.
Peter Jackowski: Despite the fact that I only went to Lake Forest Prom, I am going to miss the kind and generous teachers that take care of Prom.
Gabrielle Prindle: I will miss Ryan Gattari.
Erika Herrmann: I will miss Anthony Ferretti.
As you can see, LFHS was a memorable place for many. Although they’ve reached the end of high school, a new chapter begins as they venture off into the college world.