Senior Funny Moments

Cutline: Seniors celebrate their last rally and their triumph. The winner of class rallies is determined by loudness, frequency of class colors, class dance and overall sportsmanship.

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Cutline: Seniors celebrate their last rally and their triumph. The winner of class rallies is determined by loudness, frequency of class colors, class dance and overall sportsmanship.

Layla Torres, Editor-in-chief

One time in sophomore year English with Ms. Richter, I don’t know exactly what happened but all of Fitz began to smell absolutely awful and it was unbearable and so many classes were screaming in the hallways and almost all of Fitz had to go work outside because of this. Everyone’s head was in their sweatshirts trying to block out the smell. Carlee Shilliday 

My freshman year I was asked to homecoming at lunch in Founders Hall in front of everyone. It was funny at the time, and I still carry that embarrassment though, when my friends post the “one-year-ago-today.” Definitely a highlight of my time at Xavier. Daniela Rivera

My favorite memory at Xavier was missing the bus for Disney. Luckily, the bus was able to stop at QT and my mom dropped me off to get on the bus at 2:20 a.m. Giselle Esparza 

My favorite memory is when it rained so hard that one year they sent us home. I then couldn’t get into my neighborhood because all the washes were flooded! Kate Ryan

Hands-down funniest moment at Xavier is Trey Phillips doing chomp chomp on the announcements. Kate Fleury

Dancing the cha-cha slide in the bell tower courtyard with all my friends! Daisy Maldonado

Taking the tennis bus to Dairy Queen after a win. Lily Gabler

The K10 exit ghost in the dorm!! Grace Teevan

I will forever miss the days of us sprinting from morning practice to homeroom in our tan jazz shoes and never failing to laugh at how dumb we looked. I also will never forget the EXTREME embarrassment of walking over to Brophy in our performance dance outfits to practice for FAE in the middle of the school day, where it felt like every boy ever saw us dancing on that tiny sliver of grass. Natalia Gomez Del Campo Leyva