Dear Class of 2021,If I had to pick one word to describe the Class of 2021, it would be resilient.
To the greatest class, look how far we’ve come.
Class of 2021,
Dear Class of 2021,When I was honored with the privilege to serve as the Early College of Forsyth senior class president, I knew I would event…
Dear Class of 2021,
My name is Nathan Sanchez, and I am the senior class president of Carter High School.
Dear Pandemic Class of 2021!
When writing this speech, I knew I had one goal — to give the Class of 2021 advice for the next four years. I then realized that I was in no p…
Dear Class of 2021,Can you believe it? Take a quick moment to go look in the mirror and remind yourself that you are graduating! You were lite…
"Through many dangers, toils and snares, We have already come. Tis grace hath brought us safe thus far, And grace will lead us home." – "Amazi…
Dear East Forsyth High School Class of 2021,
Dear Class of 2021,We finally did it. It seems so generic to say, but those words hold different weight than others before me who were able to…
Dear class of 2021,
To the Class of 2021,
Dear Reagan High School Class of 2021,What a year it has been. I’m sure we all share this complex feeling about graduating, as many aspects of…
Congratulations, my fellow Camels.
To the senior class of 2021,
About 4,000 seniors will graduate from Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools beginning Friday. The year has been a challenging one, with many seniors deciding to stay remote. Last year, the school district held a virtual graduation ceremony.
Three things to know about the Wisconsin football team, Wake Forest's opponent in the Duke's Mayo Bowl.
As the 14 seniors came together for a picture with Coach Dave Clawson of Wake Forest, they started to walk slowly off the field as the school …
The Demon Deacons will end the regular season having played eight games.
Wake men's soccer team to face Clemson
MAYODAN — The Rockingham County School district has confirmed that a western Rockingham County student died over the weekend.
Oak Grove High School isn’t even finished yet, but it has decided to build its boys’ and girls’ basketball programs by keeping it all in the family.