Class of 2013

North grads ready for the next step


Their high school classes are finished, all the tests have been taken and the yearbooks have been passed out, but over the last six years, the students at North High School have made a lot of memories and accomplished a lot.
Now, after they receive their diplomas on Friday, many students will embark on their next life stage by beginning college in the fall. But before they do, a few North seniors looked back on their high school careers.

Drew Beaubian
College: Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education 
Plans to study: Pre-medicine
Elementary school: James A. Dever
Best high school memory: The community service that we do here. The gym leadership class went to the Interfaith Nutrition Network in Hempstead and we got to serve the guests. 
Activities: Volleyball, softball, academic honor societies
What will you miss most about North?: The teachers and all of the guidance that you get here.
Plans for summer: I’m trying to work in a hospital to do some community service.

Simran Parmar
College: New York University
Plans to study:Health sciences
Elementary school: Howell Road
Best high school memory: During Class Acts, a competition between the grades, they did a senior slideshow and you see the six years you had together.
Activities: Student Council, Grade Council, Ecology Club, academic honor societies
What will you miss most about North?: The people you see everyday. You’ve seen the same people for the last six years and starting soon you won’t any more.
Plans for summer: Volunteer at Winthrop Hospital and visit family in Canada.

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