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The Student News Site of Coral Glades High School

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The Student News Site of Coral Glades High School

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Let’s Congratulate Our 2024 College Goers!


As we begin 2024, many seniors have finally relieved their stress once they open their acceptance letters for college. 

Students with hopes of gaining a degree have already applied in the fall or winter of last year. Seniors have been waiting anxiously while waiting with the big letter that usually starts with, ‘congratulations’. Some students applied to the community, some students applied to somewhere further away. All that matters is that they got in and are super excited to begin this new chapter in their lives.

The Big ‘Congratulations!’

Let’s all warmly congratulate the following students for getting into college this year. Firstly, congratulations to Samiah Fields. Luckily she has been able to get into FAU. 

“I was very very nervous to open the letter. I’ve been wanting to go to this school for a while now and to finally know for sure that I’m going there is just a breath of fresh air,” senior Samiah Fields stated. 

As mentioned before, the stress levels were high. Now that the letters are being sent, they have gone down tremendously. 

Next up, let’s congratulate Cara Ellis who got into UF. She received the letter just recently and couldn’t wait to express the excitement with her friends and family.

“I was so excited. I did not expect that at all. My family celebrated just the other night. UF has been my dream college!!” says senior Cara Ellis. 

Excitement over these letters seems to be booming. Seeing that first word is something amazing. 

And so the Journey Begins

These newcomers are astounded to start this journey that is in their near future. Entering college is like entering a whole new world and the class of 2024 is excited to make a mark in it. 

“I’m kind of nervous but also excited because I get to study in a school that I’ve been dreaming of going to. It’s going to be fun,” Cara Ellis, senior exclaimed.

Parents must be thrilled to know that their child is going to make a difference in the world but of course, are also sad that their baby is growing up so fast. 

But rest assured, their child is in great hands. They will learn and achieve goals at their new place of education. Who knows? They might just go on to rule the world.

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