Jadyn Welling

The Blazers have high hopes for 2021 and the rest of the school year. Academically, students look forward to clean slates and new classes in the second semester.

Athletically, the basketball and wrestling teams strive for postseason success. The drama department is hopeful for a spring musical and band students look forward to upcoming concerts.

Seniors have reached the homestretch of their high school years. Soon they will walk the halls of Beckman Catholic for the very last time and cherished moments with their classmates will vanish. They are eager to participate in several common high school “lasts,” like their last sporting event, appearance on stage, band concert, student body assembly, mass, prom, baccalaureate and graduation.

Seniors begin to look past the walls of Beckman Catholic as they prepare for their independent futures ahead: college, work force, military service, etc. They reflect on the impact of classmates, staff and lessons learned at the school that became home and the people that became family.

It will be a bittersweet goodbye for the seniors, leaving such a special place behind to advance to the next chapter of their lives.