As somebody that has attended Oilton since Pre-K, I have grown quite attached to several students in Oilton High School. The seniors, ecpecially. I may not be as emotional as the ones graduating, but May 8th will be a very sad day for me as well. The graduating class of 2015 is an amazing group of kids. They have stood up against bullying, alcochol, drugs, or whatever problem this school has had over the years. They have set examples for the ones around them and are role models for not only me, but most of the school. I have had so many amazing opportunites to be a part of many of this years seniors’ lives. They are all truly amazing people, inside and out.
They have left their mark on this town, and school simply by being amazing influences. Many classes graduate and are forgotten, but the class of 2015, you are one class we will never forget. Thank you for your support and positive attitudes over the years.
Thank you for that lecture at the beginning of my freshman year about how fast time flies. Thank you for believing in us as students. And I speak from the hearts of every OHS student when I say thank you for that snide comment in the hallway about being a bully, because those little comments made us better people. It’s been so great to spend the last 2 years in high school, with none other than you guys as my role models. I am going to miss you all as you move on and start new chapters in your lives. So, for the very last time, goodbye Class of 2015!