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So Long Seniors

Don’t be a stranger, ’24
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Darius Walsh (’24) riding on his friend’s shoulders clutching his yearbook during the senior clap-out.

On May 15, Robinson kissed the last of the class of 2024 goodbye with the Traditional senior clap-out. After a breakfast celebrating their achievements where the seniors received honors cords, senior varsity letters and letters from relatives and loved ones wishing them good luck as they begin their journey into adulthood.

Sierra Haton (’24) reflects on her time as a Robinson Knight as she continues her academic career as a UCF Knight.

“It was a very surreal experience after being there for four years and going through covid, construction and eventually getting a new school,” Hatton said. “It’s kind of felt like a second home so it’s weird knowing that I never have to be there before they close the gates at exactly 8:30 and leave at 3:25 every day.”

As these Knights walk out of the R for the last time, their IB counterparts finished their exams. With these two endings on the same morning, the 2024 class will now need a visitor pass to enter what once was their home away from home.

The graduation ceremony to celebrate theses seniors and their success will be held at the Florida State Fairgrounds next Saturday, May 24 at 3:30 p.m.

 

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Ashlyn Miller
Ashlyn Miller, Sports Editor
Ashlyn Miller is a junior at Robinson and the Sports Editor of Knight Writers. This is her second year on staff and first year as an editor. Miller's favorite part of journalism is taking photos of all of the sports at Robinson and improving her photography skills. "We don't exactly have press at Robinson so it's rewarding to me to take photos of people doing what they love," Miller said. Outside of the journalism room, Miller stays involved in school with an array of hobbies. She enjoys staying involved in school by participating in swimming, photography and orchestra. She enjoys playing the violin and loves learning new pieces. "If you're able to make the violin sound good, it's a such rewarding accomplishment for such a difficult instrument," Miller said. Miller also likes spending time with her dog in her past time. Out of cats or dogs, she instantaneously chose dogs. "I prefer dogs. I actually own a German Shepherd named Leia and she's the light of my life, but I have nothing against cats," Miller said. Prepared for the future, she plans to attend journalism school, preferably at Duke University and join their ROTC program.  Miller is passionate about media and sports although how competitive positions are. "I want to specialize in the media realm and possibly be a sports commentator for ESPN," Miller said. "I love watching, covering and even playing sports because of the environment that surrounds them and the gratification that comes with doing well." (Profile by Briana Garcia)
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