Students walk in the front doors for the first day of school for the 2017-2018 school year at Langley High School Monday morning.
Vienna At 7:30 a.m., seniors all the way down to freshman congregated by the stairs in front of the main office
sharing hugs and hellos. Monday, Aug. 28, was the first official day back to school for the Saxons at Langley High School.
“It’s another year, same old same old, but this time I am an upperclassman,” said Caroline Stock, 16, a junior at Langley High. “You feel like you have more control, that you are more a part of the upper class,” she said.
Sam Yi, 16, also a junior said, “I’m just here not to fail a class!”
In addition to a throng of excited students, Fred Amico, in his third year as principal at Langley, was also very happy to be back in school. “We are very excited for the beginning of the new school year and for our new buildings,” said Amico.
“I am really looking forward to getting the kids back to work and they always bring a good energy,” he said.
Mary Landis, assistant principal was handing out parking passes to students Monday morning. “I am also the administrator for the high school seniors,” she said. “So I am excited to see them get through their last year and get ready for graduation which is June 7 this year!” said Landis.