May 7, 2020 | Aniyah
The most memorable part of my time at WNA would be the friends I have made. Whether they have graduated or have three more years left, I share different memories with each of them, and those memories will forever be in my heart. As I start a new journey, I would like the WNA community to remember me as that sassy funny girl who was always making her friends laugh, and who was always there for others whenever they needed her. I’ll miss being able to have Kilby’s ice cream anytime I craved it, and laying down on the campus grass to watch the stars with my friends when it was warm. I’ll also miss the relationships I have made with faculty. I don’t know how I’m going to live without seeing Señora all the time and bothering Ms. Kahler in her office.
I am looking forward to taking all the knowledge I have obtained at WNA and using it at my college and being even more independent. To my underclassmen, do not take any day for granted, have fun, and be yourself, because those four years go by fast! You need people who will support who you really are. Be silly, make friends, don’t do vocab assignments the night before, and always speak up about how you feel!!