February 2, 2018
This story is part of the 'Senior Experience' series by Daily Courier Reporter Nanci Hutson
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Balancing school, work and church
Elena Aragon is a Prescott High School senior who thrives on a crowded schedule.
Cherishing final moments
Chat with Prescott High senior Kody Jones, and you come away with the sense he is reveling in the moment – in no rush to see his last year in this school district come to a close.
Senior has high expectations for next chapter
From the time she started cheerleading as a toddler, Prescott High School senior Kirsten Hillig dreamed of one day becoming a college cheerleader/athlete.
On Jan. 10, Bradley Stalnaker was inducted into the U.S. Air Force.
Seniors share wisdom and wit about final year of school through personal poetry
The senior year of high school is for most a bundle of emotions: exhilaration and exhaustion; stressful and sensational; fantasy and frustration; relaxed and revved up.
Bradley Stalnaker is also independent and takes nothing for granted
Two months into his senior year, Prescott High Class of 2018 member Bradley Stalnaker is clear-eyed about what he needs to do to move forward with his plans after graduation.
PHS senior who wants to savor final year sees Yavapai College sign language course as more than credit
Prescott High School senior Kody Jones needs a foreign language credit to graduate.
Realization this will be the final one as a student hits one PHS senior
Prescott High School senior Kirsten Hillig grabbed a black scrunchie to match her homecoming pep rally T-shirt, and cheerleading uniform, on Friday morning and suffered a wave of melancholy.
From the time a child steps into their kindergarten classroom and picks up their first box of crayons, the clock is ticking to the day when that little girl or boy reaches what is a national rite of passage: high school graduation.