April 21, 2024


It's Your Education

Columbia’s Rock Bridge seniors rejoice

Rock Bridge High School senior Tala Al Jauni receives her diploma Friday at Mizzou Arena.

Potential foreseeable future physicians, nurses, teachers and engineers have been amongst those Rock Bridge Superior University seniors celebrating graduation Friday night time at Mizzou Arena.

The weekend of large university graduations started Friday early morning with Douglass Higher College.

Tala Al Jauni, who graduated with higher honors from Rock Bridge, posed for photographs taken by her mother just before the very first ceremony.

“It feels fantastic to have just one distinctive day to celebrate,” Tala explained. “I am starting up a new chapter in my life.”

Rock Bridge High School seniors sit apart in stadium chairs after other seniors filled the floor six feet apart due to social distancing restrictions. A second group of seniors were to graduate later Friday night.

Chatting with good friends in the morning at college is a thing she will recall about significant university, she explained. She likes that the college students at Rock Bridge arrive from everywhere you go in the globe.

“The unique moments ended up the minor moments,” Tala stated. “Seeing close friends in the early morning and speaking was exclusive.”

She designs to show up at the College of Missouri or the College of Central Missouri, go to professional medical school and come to be a medical professional, she said.