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Sophomore Teddy Dayton pictured with seniors Elke Thielen (left) and Grace Ryan (right).

Emma Paquette

Sophomore Teddy Dayton pictured with seniors Elke Thielen (left) and Grace Ryan (right).

Each senior class has their own personality, their own reputation. Some classes are remembered for years as being iconic in one way or another, while others seem to fade into memories as another senior class takes over as the new leaders of the school. The senior class of 2018 will be remembered as a class of well-rounded individuals who strive to make a difference in the world. This is what some underclassmen had to say about them. 

“I admire the fact that the seniors lead by example. This sets the tone in the school and brings the community closer, this is unique to the class of 2018,” sophomore Morgan Anderson said. 

“The seniors have so much school spirit. I love how they make all grades feel included in the fan sections at games,” sophomore Taylor Fredin said. 

Their class has set the bar high for academics. They have really shown the younger kids how important it is to do well in school.”

— Piper Ehlen

“Their class has set the bar high for academics. They have really shown the younger kids how important it is to do well in school,” freshman Piper Ehlen said.

“I love the senior class, they’re great leaders, and they make going to school fun. I hope our freshman class is just like them when we’re seniors,” freshman Melanie Chang said. 

“The seniors are really good at starting chants at sporting events, they always make it fun and exciting,” sophomore Kaitlyn McTigue said.

“The seniors are really athletic, they’re good examples on and off the field,” freshman Drew Nylander said.

“I love the senior class, they’re so nice to the underclassman and they’re so welcoming to everyone,” sophomore Jacinda Smith said.

“They’re so fun to have in the school. They show such a good example to the underclassman, which makes the school a better place,” sophomore Grace Melin said.

“They’re really loud,” sophomore Olivia Haag said.

It’s evident that the senior class has done nothing but strengthen the community of Benilde- St. Margaret’s, so to the class of 2019, the bar has been set. 

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