Unfortunately, the Boys’ Latin Class of 2015 will experience their last semester ever as a Laker next week. Among the halls, there have been a lot of conversations about the senior retreat, the college process, and things to do before they head off to college. But, no senior has recently talked about their favorite classes due to the ‘senioritis’ kicking in.
Senioritis has been a problem for many seniors this year, and everyone of them is trying their best to get through the rest of the year without any issues. So, after some interesting interviews, a few seniors had some opinions about their favorite classes during the fall.
Gavin Callahan, a Wagner-bound senior, said, “The class that I liked the most would have to be Modern American Drama with Mrs. Molling. Mrs. Molling is a great teacher, and she is so much fun to be around.
I am taking very challenging classes this year, and her class is a great class to get away from the large workload. Mrs. Molling knows how to make the class entertaining; we get to act, watch movies, and do some intriguing speech exercises. I’m definitely going to miss her class next semester!”
Matthew Sacks, a lacrosse player that will attend Furman University next fall, said, “My favorite class would probably be Economics with Coach Schell. In this class, I have learned so much about money, how to save, and what to look for in stocks. The lessons that Coach has taught me will help me for the rest of my life.
The thing that stood out the most is the fact that the class is so fun. I don’t really like math and numbers, but Coach Schell knows how to make the class enjoyable, and it really makes our lives so much easier.”
Tyler Steinberg, a Stevenson-bound senior, said, “My favorite class of the first semester was Contemporary Non-Fiction with Mrs. Fenstermaker. Mrs. Fenstermaker is new here this year, but I feel like she has been here for a very long time due to her ability to relate to us seniors.
Her class is fun and entertaining, and it is overall a good class to take. Also, we get to write articles for the school newspaper. Her class would easily be ranked one of the top classes of the first semester because it is such a relaxing, laid back class, if you do all of your work.”
Widener-bound senior Luke Brown said, “My favorite class is psychology. It is so much fun, and I learn a lot about how people react to certain situations. Mrs. Kenney is so cool, and she knows how to keep the class very entertaining.”
Even though the year is coming to an end after one more semester, there will be many more class opinions from seniors to come!