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As the end of the school year gets closer, I think it is important to see how the seniors of the 2022 Water Valley High School (WVHS) graduating class feel about their time as a Blue Devil. So, this article is for them to let you in on a portion of their senior year and what WVHS has meant to them over the years.
“I have loved being a student at WVHS because I am given the opportunity to do what I want,” reports senior Blue Devil KaNiyah Kuykendall. “I love how the teachers and administrators help the students with anything, even outside of school topics. Knowing that I am graduating in May and having an easy year, along with the senior class food fight at Northwest has made my senior year a special and memorable one! I will truly miss the students of WVHS, the sweet, helpful teachers, and most of all, the student sections and games that have been filled with laughter and joy!”
When asked about Water Valley High School, Marion Morgan exclaimed, “WVHS means a lot to me! I would sit and argue all day with someone about how Water Valley is the best high school in the world if I had to. My whole room is covered in blue and white and full of awards I have received from WVHS. I have loved the type of relationships I’ve made here. Being able to talk with different teachers as if we were best friends, and making memories with my classmates I will never forget is something that is extremely special to me. I will miss Blue Devil sports the most because, in my opinion, we have one of the best sports programs there is. I will also miss getting on Kosh’s nerves almost every day because she was the only teacher that I felt as if I could act like the goofy person I am in her class without getting sent to the office. Overall, I am so thankful for WVHS and will miss being a Blue Devil.”
Logan Joyner recounts his days at WVHS by stating, “I have loved being a student at WVHS because of the student life it brings. Water Valley makes school seem a lot less boring. My senior year has definitely been one to remember because it allowed me to look back from where I was to where I am now, remaining that same funny kid through it all. I have gained friends that will last me a lifetime and memories that I will always cherish. Also, I have to give a shout out to the legend, Mr. Byrd.”
Mallory Adams, when asked about her time in the WVHS school system stated, “Something I adore about Water Valley, especially the Water Valley School District, is being blessed with a community and school that is extraordinarily supportive. Water Valley is unique for its diversity, welcoming heart, and cordiality, which is expressed here daily. Having lived in Water Valley my entire life has allowed me to experience support like no other, whether that be in my academics or sports. Being a part of a community and school that is supportive in all aspects has encouraged me to go the extra mile during my high school education. I am excited to apply my education and knowledge to my future, and for that, I am proud to say Water Valley has made a huge impact on me and my lifelong decisions.”
WVHS holds many memories for the senior class. Lifelong friendships, moments of laughter and joy in the classroom, and bonds of sports teams and clubs are only a few of the things that the Seniors will carry with them for the rest of their lives. Water Valley High School is saying goodbye to this group of successful seniors, but the Graduates of 2022 will forever be proud to be a Blue Devil!