What seniors will miss most about Sacred Heart

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Although the seniors will miss the unique sense of community at Sacred Heart and the friendships they have made, they are also excited to move on to college and create even more memories. -Courtesy of Maggie Ellison ’14

Although the seniors will miss the unique sense of community at Sacred Heart and the friendships they have made, they are also excited to move on to college and create even more memories. -Courtesy of Maggie Ellison '14
Although the seniors will miss the unique sense of community at Sacred Heart and the friendships they have made, they are also excited to move on to college and create even more memories.
-Courtesy of Maggie Ellison ’14

With only a few weeks of classes left, the seniors prepare to leave behind the memories and traditions they have enjoyed during their time at Convent of the Sacred Heart and embrace new ideas, people, and practices as they enter college.
“I definitely will miss all of the people at CSH the most. I have met so many kind girls who have made my high school experience ten times better,” senior Maggie Ellison said.
In addition to her fellow classmates, Maggie also noted she will miss Sacred Heart’s annual events and traditions.
“I will miss all the CSH specific things like Congé and field day. Christmas at the convent is probably my favorite time of year, and it’s going to be really hard to find anything like it anywhere else,” Maggie said.
Senior Nicolette Brusco agreed with Maggie, mentioning how she would miss the unique Sacred Heart environment.
“I will definitely miss the general atmosphere of CSH and how comfortable everyone is around each other,” Nicolette said. “Along with that, I will miss the close connections I have formed with both faculty and students.”
Although membership of a larger community is an integral aspect of a Sacred Heart education, seniors also treasure the smaller moments they have shared with their grade.
“I’m going to miss all of the little things, like the muffins and chipwiches,” senior Corrine Race said. “I’m obviously so excited for college, but there are so many things about CSH that I wish I could bring with me.”
Another smaller aspect of Sacred Heart life that seniors will miss is the ease of getting ready in the morning.
“I’ll definitely miss being able to wake up, throw on a uniform, and not have to worry about how I look at school,” senior Amanda Crowell said.
More than anything, the seniors will miss the unwavering support of their 60 sisters.
“I’m going to miss how comfortable we all are with each other and how much we support and look out for one another,” senior Christina Monaco said. “You will never find a better bond anywhere else and you will never be able to be so fully yourself.”
-Anna Phillips, Co-Features Editor