SENECA — If you ask how excited Kaysha Eads and Makayla DePriest, Seneca High School graduating seniors were on Saturday, they said, "pretty excited."

SENECA — If you ask how excited Kaysha Eads and Makayla DePriest, Seneca High School graduating seniors were on Saturday, they said, "pretty excited."
"I am pretty excited, but mostly scared," said Eads.
DePriest added, "I am so excited to graduate, but I am also scared to graduate. I am excited because I don't have to go to school anymore - not this school anyways. I also sad because this is what I have known for the past 13 years."
A total of 100 students graduated from Seneca High School, during Saturday's commencement ceremonies, as family and friends congratulated them.
"I am going to be a nurse," said Eads. "I have always wanted to be a nurse, all of my sisters are nurses. I am going to nursing school, I think that i will go through my work, at Seneca House."
DePriest said she is still undecided on what she will do. However, she said one the skills she learned from one teacher will help her in life.
"Ms. White's classes, I took four of her classes," DePriest said. "She teaches business, computer classes, anything in that category. (Those classes) will help me definitely. The next five years, I hope to be further than where I am now. I am not for sure where that is, but somewhere else I guess."