Senior Memories: What They Won’t Forget


Leyla Williams and Nadya Babushkin pose at prom, surely an event that sticks in the minds of many High School Graduates. Credit: Amita Nathan

Despite the ups and downs of COVID-19 and the impact it has had on the class of 2022, we have still had a meaningful high school career. The Post asked Skyline seniors to share a bit about their most meaningful memories. 

“My favorite part of high school was taking my first computer science class. I found my love for coding and computer science in general. Call me a nerd but I love it and it helped me decide to major in it at UofM in the fall!” — Adam Wood 

 “Hanging out with Ms. O’Leary in the ceramics room.” — Harry Kuras 

“When the seniors won the basketball game at the pep rally. They were down by 3 points and someone got fouled on a 3-point shot with 2 seconds left. We made all 3 shots to tie it overtime and won the game. The juniors were in distress. I also loved going to football games as a senior.” — Ava Victory 

“Coming back to school at the beginning of senior year, after being virtual for so long and seeing everyone in person. Even though we had masks on it was nice to see people that I hadn’t seen in a while!” — Emily Nowak 

“My favorite part of high school was being captain of the lacrosse team. I also discovered that I really enjoy powerlifting, which is something that has changed my life for the better.” — Phillip Crumm 

The Skyline Marching Band of 2018-19, featuring some of the class of 2022. Credit: Skyline Yearbook

“I enjoyed being a part of the football team. I’ve been playing football for Skyline since freshman year. The team culture and support is something that has impacted my life for the better. I have learned so many valuable lessons, as well as how to be a good team player.”— Colin Breuger

“I really enjoyed being able to go to football games after COVID-19, especially as a senior. I originally thought we wouldn’t have that experience again due to social distancing.” — Grace Palazzolo