From all of us at Auburn-Opelika Moms Blog, we are proud of your accomplishments and honored to celebrate you! We admire your determination, strength, talents, and the resilience you have shown in your achievement. Congratulations to the graduating class of 2020.
To Our Seniors
In the time of 9/11
into this world you came.
Two very important reasons why
our lives are now not the same.
Off to school you went at five
and your friendship circles grew.
These friends became like family
and were with you through and through.
Now here you are as seniors
and the world is upside down.
Some of you are wondering if
you’ll wear your cap and gown.
We know it’s all uncertain
as you navigate this part.
Just know without uncertanity
that you’re loved with all our hearts.
Auburn High School
Mia Barnard Farr
Attending University of West Florida Fall 2020
We are endlessly proud of you. This is not the way we pictured it, but we know you will make the best of it! Love you!!! – Mom
Attend Auburn University
Attend Auburn University to become an orthodontist.
Attending Auburn University and majoring in Fisheries and Aquaculture
Attending Valdosta State University
To attend Auburn University and major exercise science for pre PA.
Attend SUSCC and Auburn University with plans to major in Speech Pathology
Southern Union State Community College
Attend Troy University in the Fall
Hunter Grace Niswender
Attending Auburn University in the Fall of 2020 to study Architecture
Attending UAB in the Fall majoring in Forensic Science
Horseshoe Bend High School
Mary Carol Rasbury
Attend JSU to become a Special Ed teacher
Lee Scott Academy
Attend Auburn University and major in Communications/Public Relations
To be a fashion design major at Auburn University
Attend Auburn University and major in Nursing
Our precious Maddie. We always think of you as our little girl, even as you have grown into a beautiful and strong woman right before our eyes. You cannot begin to imagine the way that we see you – a young woman with strong conviction, talent, and heart full of grace.
Stay sweet, stay fierce, and most importantly, stay you! We cannot wait to see what God has in store for you.