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New comers entering the school year

The Class of 2027 experience so far
Nilzae Neri

     As we start the 2023-2024 school year at Sanger High School, we welcome the new incoming freshman.

     “High school is really exciting because there is different work and for sports there’s better competition,” said freshman Braiden Ochoa.. 

     “High school is stricter and not as much loose on staff,” he adds.

     As the freshman start the new school year, they start to think about their futures and goals for their high school years. They get to start thinking about new experiences. 

     The class of 2027 is open to new opportunities and courses they could take.

     “I’m looking forward to meeting new people and learning new things,” says Kimberly Neri.

     The transition between middle school to high school is a scary yet exciting idea for the freshmen. It opens up a lot of new long lasting friendships and new learning experiences. They will get to know new people and learn life long lessons, whether they’re school related or not.  

     “I like the staff because they’re really helpful with work and around the campus,” says Ochoa.  “I’m looking forward to having over 3.8 GPA, varsity for basketball, and a college contract.”

     The class of 2027 is starting to get more familiar with staff here. They have the ability to ask for help, guidance and anything that students might need help with. High school is a major milestone and change for everyone, and as the class of 2027 starts to experience it here at Sanger High School.

      “I’m looking forward to playing baseball,” says Abel Acosta.

     For some, sports are a big part of our school and it is great to see freshmen getting involved with it as the year starts. They get to experience new opportunities.

     Class of 2027 has now entered a new big step in their lives and Sanger High welcomes them. As the school year goes on, the class of 2027 will learn and get to live their high school lives with the new opportunities that Sanger High School opens up for them.

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Nilzae Neri, Features Editor
Nilzae Neri grew up in Sanger her whole life, Neri attended Jefferson Elementary, Washington Academic Middle School, and is currently a Junior at Sanger High School. In her spare time, she enjoys relaxing at home and playing video games. She is the oldest child and has only one younger sister. Her favorite subject in school has always been math. She still hasn’t decided her future, but knows she wants to attend a college after high school. 
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