Describe our generation in one word

AISAYA MEGIA, FRESHMAN

“Confident, because almost every person has a special talent that they have to show every day and that takes not only confidence but also courage.”

SOPHIA LAURENT, FRESHMAN

“Insane, because no one has the ability to think clearly anymore.”

CHRISTINA MATA, SOPHOMORE

“Creative. We’ve come up with a lot of new inventions and ways to express ourselves through performing arts.”

CODY SCOTT, SOPHOMORE

“Satisfactory, because some students will try their hardest and do everything it takes to make the grade, but other students don’t try nearly as hard.”

JENNA ZURO, JUNIOR

“Stupid, because we have so many ignorant kids and our generation is brainwashed by everything they hear or see.”

ASHLEY GOODWIN, JUNIOR

“Adaptable, because our generation is able to adapt to different environments and situations they are faced with.”

TESSA LEPORE, SENIOR

“I would say ambitious because it seems like our generation is ready to go out into the world and make a name for themselves.”

SADE DRAKE, SENIOR

“Manic-depressive because we all have our ups and we all have our downs, but we depend on outside forces for our ups.”

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