Oh High School

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Oh High School

Photo Credit: Cassie Osvatics

Photo Credit: Cassie Osvatics

Photo Credit: Cassie Osvatics

Photo Credit: Cassie Osvatics

Cassie Osvatics, Senior Op. Ed. Writer

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My senior year is just about over, and like many seniors, I’m extremely excited. Spoiler alert! In years to come, high school won’t matter. It’s shocking, I know, but it’s true. Yes, your grades will have mattered for college and college matters for your future so, in essence high school could make or break you, but not really. That feud you had for 4 years with your arch enemy? Well, no one’s going to care about that. It may make for a good story but get over it. Forgive and forget. When you go to college, high school doesn’t follow you. Holding grudges doesn’t get you anything but a head-ache.
Overall I have liked many things in high school, like swim team, tech center, or photography. Oh, and not to mention killing the sophomores in Powder Puff. However, I’m most looking forward to college. Surprisingly enough, I know what I want to be one day. After graduating this year I’ll be going to CSM for one year, then transferring to Salisbury University to major in Communications Arts with a focus on Journalism and Public Relations, and minor in Political Science. Basically I want to work in public relations along with politicians and live in DC. Yes, with those corrupt and boring politicians. My advice is to should major in something you love and that you can have a career in.
Who knows, maybe I could run for Congress or even President….maybe. Osvatics 2032 anyone? For now, I’m looking forward to a much needed summer vacation. In the words of John Mayer from his song “No Such Thing,” “I just can’t wait til’ my 10 year reunion, I’m gonna bust down the double doors, and when I stand on these tables before you, you will know what all this time was for.”

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