Saturday 28 Mar 2020

GHS Grads Take Part In Senior Stroll (PHOTO GALLERY)

As Goldsboro High grads look toward their future, they’re also taking a walk down memory lane. On Thursday, Goldsboro High School’s Class of 2017 took part in a Senior Stroll, walking the halls of their former schools North Drive Elementary, Carver Heights and Dillard Middle School.  M. Tracey Jones is a Business Teacher at Goldsboro High.  She says this is one more chance to celebrate the graduating seniors.  Kurtis Alston is heading to North Carolina A&T State University in the fall to major in Journalism.  He was one of the Goldsboro High School Graduates taking a final lap through his former learning institutions Thursday.  Alston says he’s nervous and excited to start the next chapter in his life.  He was also glad to show the younger generation that graduating high school is an important goal in life.  This was the inaugural year for Goldsboro High School’s Senior Stroll.  Goldsboro High holds its graduation ceremony today (Friday).


  1. Kelly tom says:

    Some of them ( not just Goldsboro seniors) should return to middle school and learn how to read & write and do simple math , I’ve seen graduating seniors fill out credit application’s and I”ve had trouble reading them.

  2. REALLY says:

    Love this, all high schools should participate with seniors returning to at least the middle schools for inspiration to carry on.


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