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The Last Thoughts of a Graduating Senior

Jayden Longhurst

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7 minutes?! Yes 7 minutes. It may sound long but this is the plea and the encouragement of one whose life Williamsburg has touched. This is a rare glimpse at the heart of one of Williamsburg’s graduating seniors. It is hoped that this will change your outlook, should you watch this production in it’s entirety.

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  1. Lin on April 15th, 2019 3:36 pm

    As a graduating senior, this makes me accurately aware of both the triumphs and tragedies I’ve witnessed as a student. I’ll be honest — apathy arises out of normalcy as an innocent thing. Yet, as you say, our young compatriots are capable of service, leadership, and authenticity that can make WA better every year. Your and my time here has served us well. Gently, it is time to yield our most precious school to those who will continue after we are gone with all the trust we can muster.

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The Last Thoughts of a Graduating Senior