Macy Manchester ‘18 & Megan Ferguson ‘19: As the school year comes to an end, seniors look to begin the next chapter of their lives. Many seniors plan to attend a college or university, a trade school, or join the military. Choosing what your plans are going to be after high school brings a lot of pressure for the seniors. Here are a few seniors who already have decided what their future will look like.

Hannah Simpson ‘18:

“I’m attending Oakland University because I got a great scholarship,” Simpson said. “I also really like the campus and it’s close to home.”

Shelby Forbes ‘18:

“I plan to attend Macomb Community College because its cheaper than going away,” Forbes said.

Ian Manchester ‘18:

“I’m going to MSU,” Manchester said. “I’ve always wanted to go there and I’m so excited.”

Nina Brosowski ‘18:

“I am going to Oakland University because I wanted to save money,” Brosowski said. “I also am not sure what I want to major in yet.”

Brendon Schreiber ‘18:

“I’m going to Wayne State University to study Film,” Schreiber said. “I chose to go there because it allowed me to commute instead of going to CCS, where I can learn the same information.”

Brianna Baumann ‘18:

“I decided to go to Western Michigan,” Baumann said. “I am going to be apart of their Business Law program.”

Julienne Ciacico ‘18:

“I am playing soccer at Indiana Tech,” Ciacico said. “I’m excited to see what my future holds.”

Erin Beaufait ‘18:

“I’m going to Oakland because they have a great Health Science program,” Beaufait said. “I also got a scholarship from there and it is close to home.”

Gabrielle Purpura ‘18:

“I’m going to Aurora University in Chicago,” Purpura said. “I’m continuing my hockey career.”

Natalie Ferguson ‘18:

“I decided to go to Saginaw Valley because it was not too big and not too small,” Ferguson said. “It felt like home and somewhere I could spend the next four years, they also have a good Nursing program.”

Kenny Borycz ‘18:

“I joined the military because I wanted to serve my country, get a free education, and travel the world,” Borycz said.

Good luck to seniors as they begin a new chapter in their lives.

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