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Life After Graduation

Julian Sobrevilla will be choosing career. (Kamryn Jasch)
Isabela Alvina will be choosing the Air Force. (Kamryn Jasch)
Brooke Stone will be attending UTSA (Kamryn Jasch)

Attention graduates of 2024! The day has finally come. We have counted the years, months, weeks, days, and even minutes waiting for this moment. Now that it is finally here, embrace the moment and enjoy the last few days. There are many paths to go down after graduation. Canyon High School strives to encourage its students to go to college, the military, or straight to the workplace. 

Senior Julian Sobrevilla is going into the workforce. He said he was going to become a lineman electrician. Julian mentioned, “I feel good. A lot of people say they are scared to graduate but I’m ready.” His advice for future graduates was to “keep going strong, it may seem long but it goes by like a blink of an eye.” 

Julian’s favorite part of high school was participating in sports like football, basketball, and track. Julian is spending his summer relaxing and enjoying the last summer before he becomes an adult.

Senior Isabela Alvina is going into the military. She said, “I’m joining the Air Force. I just decided to join ROTC this year so it was my first year and I knew I didn’t want to go to college.” 

Isabela mentioned that she is a little nervous to graduate and her favorite part of high school was all the people she got to meet. She said the best advice for future graduates was to avoid procrastinating. Finally, Isabela said that she is going to the Air Force in July so she is going to “enjoy the time with my family and prepare myself.”

Senior Brooke Stone is going to college. She said, “I’m going to UTSA. I’m going to study biology and I plan to go to med school and study dermatology.” 

Brooke is spending her summer moving into an apartment and hanging out with friends. Her favorite part of high school was all the friends she made. 

Brooke mentioned, “I’m really scared [to graduate]. I enjoy high school but I’m ready to have independence and an adulthood.” Her biggest piece of advice for future graduates was to make as many friends as possible.

No matter what path you choose to go down, with hard work, success will follow. There is no right or wrong path to take. Everyone is different and has so much left to learn and explore. Congratulations to all of the seniors this year. Canyon High School wishes you the best of luck and believes in your future. Go Coogs of 2024!


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Kamryn Jasch, Staff Writer
Hello! My name is Kamryn Jasch, but I go by Kamie, and I am a senior this year. Last year I moved from Thornton, Colorado. I love the mountains and going hiking! I love hanging out with my friends and family and my favorite place in New Braunfels is Gruene! I am also in choir and my favorite subject is English.