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Senior Tribute – Machail Watson

Mrs. Homich says: Machail Watson was in my last Pathways group back in 9th grade, and I am happy to be the one to pay tribute to him today. Machail is someone who has always been consistently present and on time, and that says so much about a person. That shows respect for himself and his […]

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Senior Tribute – Le’Aja Jefferson

Mr. Mutschler says: Le’Aja came to us too late. That’s really the only way to put it. I was very curious who this new 11th grade student was last year and she was such a pleasant surprise. It took Le’Aja about a week to figure me out. She had my sense of humor mastered in that […]

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Senior Tribute – Bryell Watts

Ms. Beck says: Bryell is one of my favorite students. She first came to UP last school year and we immediately began a routine of checking in and talking regularly. She has this calm demeanor she maintains and is a lot of times a quiet observer. Once she speaks up, it’s obvious she’s more outspoken than […]

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Senior Tribute – Sharif Muzhimu

Mr. Mutschler says: I’ve had the pleasure of being Sharif’s mentor for his entire high school career and in that time I’ve gotten to know him pretty well. Sharif claims to support the football club PSG (ask him which team knocked PSG out of the Champions League in 2019, the correct answer is the vastly superior […]

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Senior Tribute – Tyrelle Neal

Ms. Akhand says: I had the pleasure of being Tyrelle’s mentor teacher for the past three years.  Tyrelle is one of the most mellow students I have ever met.   It seems that nothing rattles him.  He sits back, absorbs the information and what is happening around him and then gives his thoughts.  It has […]

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Senior Tribute – Karon Robinson

Ms. Emily McMahon says: Karon came to UPCS in 9th grade as one of those rare self-actualized young men wise beyond his years.  Not only did he know himself well then, he has always been fearlessly himself. His art style was well-developed & specialized long before my class.  He is not easily distracted by peers […]