Gearing up for the senior trip


The senior Student Representatives selling tickets for the sunset Cruise. “It’s the last time you will be with your senior class. [The trip] will be so fun,” senior and Prom Chair, Sarah Tsetsilas said.

Senioritis is hitting the Class of 2022 hard. Alarm clocks are suddenly not working. Doing homework assignments has become a second priority and the thought, “If I just don’t do it, how much will my grade really be affected?” The truth? Not by much. 

It won’t be long before all of the seniors are dispersed around the country, ready to face reality. Senior festivities are the final celebrations with your kindergarten classmates. The senior trip to Lake Winnipesaukee allows you to reminisce about your childhood while surrounded by your friends and familiar faces. 

So seniors, go out and buy some luau themed clothes, because this will be a night to remember. We will be having our senior roast on the cruise ship along with music, dancing, and games. For food, we have buffalo chicken mac and cheese, garden salad, pasta salad, fruit salad, London broil with wild mushroom sauce, chef’s choice dessert and unlimited soda, coffee and tea. This sunset cruise will last three hours, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. The buses will board at 3:45 p.m. and return to the high school at 10:30 p.m. Don’t miss out because you forgot to buy tickets. The last day to buy them is Monday 23 and tickets are $50 per person.

“Everybody from the senior class, hopefully, will be there. This is the last hurrah, all together, and it’s going to be a fun time.”

— Matt Jasper

“[On the boat] there will be games, a comedian, and a DJ. We are going to do some limbo, hula-hooping and there will be great food. It’s going to be a good time.”

— Audrey Lidster