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PWHS Class of 2024 celebrates Futures Day

PWHS Class of 2024 celebrates Futures Day
seniors going to out of state colleges sitting in the bleachers

Members of the Class of 2024 heading out of state to attend college.

Plymouth Whitemarsh High School students celebrated what’s to come after graduation at the annual Futures Day event held in the stadium. 

The Class of 2024 was encouraged to wear shirts and hats that related to their future plans, whether that included heading to college, joining the military, or going straight into the workforce. 

Seniors heading to instate colleges next year in bleachers.

Members of the Class of 2024 heading to instate schools

Sanaa Power sported a Howard University Bisons shirt. She’ll be going to Howard in the fall to study psychology. “I’m most looking forward to exploring the world, seeing new people, and being in a new area,” said Sanaa. “I’m going to miss the PW Orchestra and running track and cross country”

Three PW students heading to an HBCU

These three PWHS seniors are heading to a Historically Black College or University (HBCU): Kayla Robinson is going to Morgan State University, Sanaa Power is going to Howard University, and David Winchester is going to Morehouse College.

The majority of students in the Class of 2024 are headed off to two- or four-year institutions that are in Pennsylvania. 

Anna Quirus, who is interested in microbiology, is staying in-state at Dickinson College in Carlisle. “I’m looking forward to having an opportunity to reinvent myself and try new things,” said Anna. 

Two seniors planning to go into musical theater

Savi Bell and Madison Richards will be majoring in Musical Theater. After a challenging audition process, Savi will be attending Ball State University in Indiana, while Madison will be attending Stephens College in Missouri.

Senior Olivia Smith hopes to be a professional photographer and is going to Kutztown University to study Studio Art. "I’m looking forward to being able to travel and take pictures around the world,” said Olivia. 

Seniors planning to go into the military and the workforce were celebrated at the event as well. 

Two seniors wearing army shirts

Timothy Murphy will be starting his military career in the army at Ft. Benning, Georgia, and Jared Wagner is headed to West Point. 

Senior Charlie Roman has run an online fishing lure business called “Charlie’s Bucktails” for the past five years and will be putting his efforts into that after high school. “Looking at the options, if I go to college or not, I’m going to make more money if I just continue working on my business, so that’s the biggest factor,” said Charlie. “And I love to do it.” 

The seniors enjoyed taking pictures, learning where everyone is headed, and simply spending time with each other one of the last times during their high school career.

group of friends taking a picture together