IHS seniors continue tradition of decorating lockers
By ELLA BARLEY
Seniors at Indiana High School decorate their lockers to express their interests and hobbies.
Many seniors involved in sports and extracurricular activities express that onto their lockers. Sports teams also have underclassmen from their team decorate the seniors’ lockers.
Senior Abby Huey states, “My underclassmen decorated my locker for my senior night of volleyball. This was really sweet of them to know they went out of their way to create an amazing locker I get to call my own. I feel like more students here at IHS should decorate their locker to make it more their own and to brighten up our hallways.”
Many seniors decorate their lockers to express themselves. The decorations often show what sports they play or what school activities they participate in such as clubs or extracurricular activities.
The lockers show school pride around IHS. They have a positive impact on students at the school.
Freshman Riley Komlosky expresses, “I think the locker decorations for seniors are cool. I just can’t wait for my senior year so that I can decorate my locker as well. The seniors could be recognized for sports and the things they do. I think we should do this for all of the seniors if they are included in something or not.”
Freshman Elizabeth Major adds, “I think the locker decorations are really cool and they make the hallways look nice. It’s also fun to see what people put on their lockers.”
Ella is a freshman and a first-year reporter for the High Arrow. She is on the IHS tennis team. She looks forward to writing factual articles for the High Arrow Newspaper.
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