Senior Destinations

Ruth Abera Eastern Mennonite University  Emma Abercrombie Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Alex Adcock Towson University Meron Aga University of Maryland Lissandro Alvarado Chavez Bucknell University Morgan Anaya University of Virginia  Bathsheba  Anaya Work Josselyn Anaya Ardon Work  Jack Anderson University of Maryland Peyton Aronow Radford University Emma Babcock Rochester Institute of Technology Corey Barnes Salisbury University Colin Barry Purdue University  Melissa … Read More

Sports: All Senior Team

The seniors on the All-Senior Team were selected by fellow seniors on The Warrior newspaper staff. The main criteria were athletes’ contributions to one or more of Sherwood’s sports teams; athletes’ individual states, titles, and other honors; the overall success of the teams in the regular seasons and playoffs; and athletes’ plans to continue playing a sport at the collegiate … Read More

When One Door Closes, Another One Opens

by Seth Kauffman ‘21 I thought I had it all figured out. Before I even stepped through the doors of Sherwood as a freshman, I had already decided what my high school career would look like. I would be on the basketball team, playing Friday night games in front of the entire school, and in the spring, I would be … Read More

Thanks Sherwood, but Not Really

by Jenna Bloom ‘21 I was in middle school when my Mom brought home a copy of “The Warrior” newspaper, a publication I had never heard of before. Flipping through the pages, I read columns of graduating seniors (who felt like adults at the time), and stories of how Sherwood had changed their lives. Now, 5 years later, I am … Read More

What’s Really in a Last Name?

by Jimmy Yates ‘21 I was just a little freshman, entering a school ruled by my family. My dad worked at Sherwood for four years as a social studies teacher, and both my older sisters attended and graduated from Sherwood before going to college at the University of Maryland and Towson University, respectively. Thus, my name immediately triggered the mentioning … Read More

Parting Thoughts from Someone Who’s Way Too Sentimental

by Hannah Lee ‘21   So I’ll admit it: I am a sucker for typical high school coming of age media. I spent much of my preteen years watching movies and shows like One Tree Hill, Freaks and Geeks, Perks of Being a Wallflower, Clueless, and other popular TV representations of teen life. While I knew of course these were … Read More

You Are So Gifted

by Taylor Wallace ‘21 As a self proclaimed “high-striving” student, if I have learned anything from these past four years in high school, it’s the importance of perspective. Going into high school, my academic ego was at an all time high. Up until that point I only got ‘A’s’ and I didn’t plan on stopping. However, it turned out that … Read More

It’s Just Like Kindergarten

by Martholdy Pierre-Canel ‘21 I‘ve always been the person who usually had to ask her parents for permission to do things three business days beforehand and the one who could never sleep over because I was in a strict household. Surprisingly though, the girl who had to be home by midnight is soon to be crossing state lines and eventually … Read More

With Home, There’s Distance

by Lucy Sokol ’21 For much of my life I struggled to identify what my home really was, and with divorced parents, two separate houses made “home” such a complex thought. We all know the saying, “Home is where the heart is,” and while my heart has roamed to various places, in the last four years, it has placed itself … Read More

Remember Warriors, Take It Slow

by Aidan Trump ‘21 As I prepare to move on from Sherwood, I’m struck by a multitude of varying emotions. I’m anxious, yet full of anticipation for the years ahead. I am excited to further broaden my horizons and I look forward to tackling new challenges in college and beyond. Still, there is a part of me that wishes I … Read More