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Senior Issue 2024
June 5, 2024

MAST Academy’s Class of 2024 heads to Senior Breakfast

Breakfast is first major Class event for graduates-to-be.
Amy Garcia
Seniors wait in the auditorium before departing for the Rusty Pelican and Senior Breakfast on Jan. 30, 2024.

MAST Academy seniors traveled to their Senior Breakfast at the Rusty Pelican on Tuesday.

Every year the seniors at MAST Academy have the opportunity to go and eat breakfast with their friends and classmates from the past four years.

“I’m super excited to go,” senior Mia Reyes said. “A few of my friends bought their tickets before me, so I decided to buy mine so I can go with them and have fun.”

The event is the first major Class of 2024 activity of the school year, leading up to graduation at the end of the year.

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“I decided to go because I haven’t been to the Rusty Pelican before,” Ethan Lopez said. “I wanted to try it out and just have some fun with my friends before heading off to college”


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Amy Garcia
Amy Garcia, Staff Writer
Amy Garcia is a freshman and student journalist at MAST Academy at Virginia Key. She came to MAST because she had heard of its reputation and believed it was a good school and would be an interesting location. This is her first year at MAST and on The Beacon. Garcia joined the school newspaper because she likes to know what is going on at her school and enjoys interviewing and talking to others. She is very social and likes to get to know people. She wants to cover MAST sports and tackle the controversial and sensitive topics that often need to be written. Garcia likes to know more about people and the reason behind their personalities and interests. She is interested in studying psychology and is reaching for schools like Stanford and Yale.
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