“It is so hard to leave—until you leave. And then it is the easiest thing in the world.”

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Ryan Ford

Nealani Elliston, Review Staff

Feature Photo By: Nealani Elliston – Elliston poses for a photo.

Editor’s Note: Senior Salutes are an outlet for graduating seniors on The Raider Review staff to share their concluding thoughts about anything involving their last four years of high school/their time leading up to this point. Congratulations graduating class of 2019.

Rangeview has taught me a lot about myself, my strengths, my weaknesses and my ability to overcome obstacles. Most importantly, I rediscovered my relationship with God — He has shown me my true passion for children and writing, inspiring me to become an English teacher in the near future.

Sadly, I found myself so lost in the future and getting into my dream school I feel I didn’t fully enjoy my high school experience, but the memories I have made from sporting events to assemblies have been amazing. My advice to underclassmen would be to take risks, enjoy your time in this moment and take advantage of every opportunity offered.

I leave Rangeview with one verse I live by daily, “Love must be sincere. Hate what is evil; cling to what is good.” Romans 12:9