It's that time of year when graduating seniors say goodbye to high school and prepare for the next stage in life.
Friday we caught up with some seniors from Marietta High School as they practiced for the big day.
Many students had fond memories of the past years and now they say it's time to look forward.
"Oh it feels good. I'm gonna start doing a logging business," Jared Hoff said.
"ESPN, being a sports anchor. That's what I really wanna do," Alice Ferguson said.
"Hopefully just to be successful, making money, working," Turner Beard said.
"I'm gonna be a psychologist," Taylor Dutton said.
"Having a family, being able to have my own place and sustaining a really good job," Aaron Hicks said.
Marietta High's graduation is set for Sunday.
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