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Peace Out Girl Scouts!!

Abbey Underhill, Staff Writer May 1, 2024

As a senior writing for the Raider Wire, I have learned so much that I will be forever grateful for. Although I could not be any happier to graduate and this was unfortunately my only year in Journalism,...

Me and lil bro were intellectuals at the time.

So Long North High

Janis Parry, Literature Editor April 26, 2024

I would like to say a few words of justice to the body of North Forsyth. I’ve had quite the time here, shaping my entire life with the tools given to me, and becoming the person I am today. My departure...

9 Year Old Me

Senior Farewell

Kiera Walker, Staff Writer April 22, 2024

Now, after 4 years of high school, the time has come to graduate. To be honest I never would have thought that the time would come for me to write a senior farewell article, but every good thing must come...

 Missing her. She’s so me.

Little for a Little Longer

Abbey Underhill, Staff Writer March 18, 2024

i wanna be a little girl forever. or at least for a little longer, please. i need more than two months,  at least just one more year, please.   i can’t be grown.  i can’t leave...

Goodbye class of 2023, we will miss you.

Senior Farewells

As we say goodbye to our seniors, some of whom have been with us for a while, we feel sad to see them go. But we are also happy for them as they move on to new opportunities. We have given them a chance...

As graduation approaches, Cynda, Brodie, and I are reminiscing on our fondest high school memories. We are eager to toss our caps in the air and start a new chapter of our lives. Photo from Carteret Community College.

Goodbye– the Raider Wire’s Class of 2022 Seniors

Cassidee Jackson, Cynda Allen, and Brodie Mizer May 15, 2022

Senior year went by so fast. Of course, that’s what everyone says, but there’s truth to the saying nonetheless. April 29 marked our last day of high school before AP exam week and senior finals on...

From the start of school to the end, where did the time go? Photo from Pinterest.

Where Did the Time Go?

Tori Harrill, Staff Writer May 3, 2022

I open my eyes to the sound of my mother entering my room to stir me from my peaceful slumber. Hanging on my dresser is a perfectly pink dress paired with my glittered, light-up sketchers. She brushes...

As graduation rapidly approaches, Drew and I are awaiting the day where we can wear our cap and gown and graduate from high school. Photo by Teen Vogue.

A Farewell Address From the Raider Wire Seniors

Melody Scott and Drew Bearden May 14, 2021

So, this is it. The final countdown to graduation has finally begun, and many of the seniors are awaiting the day, in which we can walk across the stage in our cap and gown, shake hands with the administrators...

With graduation coming in four months, the 2021 seniors have multiple activities and events coming up, including senior week, senior picnic and graduation. Photo from Getty Images.

The Final Four: What’s Up and Coming for the 2021 Seniors in Their Last Four Months of High School

Melody Scott, Editor-in-Chief February 8, 2021

With four months of the 2020-2021 school year left, the countdown towards graduation has begun. Bustling with excitement for their next chapter to start, seniors at North Forsyth High School are impatiently...

The Class of 2019 is celebrating the end of their high school years. Are you ready for your senior year?

Ask a Senior: Are You Ready for Senior Year?

Anna Goellner, Literary Magazine Editor April 18, 2019

Graduation is something all students wait for restlessly as they look forward to college, independence and adulthood. Senior year may seem like it is taking forever to come, but it will be rolling around...

Without fail, every single year, graduation time comes around and so does this debate. Should a dual enrolled student be allowed to walk the aisle as valedictorian or salutatorian?

Should We Have a Dual-Enrolled Valedictorian?

Ramya Raja, News Editor January 10, 2019

There are plenty of topics and educational issues that are under constant debate and deliberation. But one of the most consistently controversial and heated debates that surfaces every year amongst the...

Sara Chesnut holds up her acceptance letter to Young Harris College. She is excited to attend the same college as her father, sister and many other family alumni.

Seniors Looking Toward the Future

Leilani Gibbons, Editor- in- Chief December 20, 2017

As the school year progresses, seniors across the United States are either dreading or longing for their final days of required education, enduring the waiting period before they are sent out of the door...

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