The Viking Views
Our Views: Senior PrideWednesday, May 14, 2008 By Editorial Board
xThis years seniors have made a great impact on Hoover High School. In classic Hoover fashion, they have excelled in academics, arts and athletics. Thanks to their years of work they have again raised the bar of what is expected of a Hoover grad. Our top 25 seniors have worked diligently for the past four years to make it to the head of the class. The class of 2008 boasts an impressive 92 members in the National Honor Society. The senior class has truly worked hard to raise the bar for excellence in academics. This year’s senior class can brag about the accomplishments of its fellow classmates who have advanced our knowledge of science and mathematics as well. In sports, we had the joy of cheering on our seniors as they led the team to the playoffs. Star athletes on the football, basketball, softball, track and cross-country teams have signed with major universities. The accomplishments our seniors have brought on the field, track and on the courts have made their era one for the record books. Our artists have been hard at work, too. The Little Art Gallery at the North Canton Public Library has featured our fellow students’ work many times. Others have been recognized with coveted Gold and Silver Key awards. Seniors sang and danced their way into our hearts with show stopping performances in “Sabrina Fair” and “Thoroughly Modern Millie”. Our aspiring journalists on staff at The Viking Views, the Viking, and HVTV News were recognized for their talents at the statewide OSMA contest in March. We wish all the seniors luck as they move out of Hoover and into the rest of their lives. Keep up the great work; you have made your school and community proud.