SPOTSWOOD, NJ - Senior Sabrina Farrell was incredibly anxious the summer before she started Spotswood High School as a freshman. It would turn out those starting-a new-school nerves were for nothing.
"When I first started out in high school, I didn’t have many friends and wasn’t sure how it was all going to go," Farrell said. I was extremely nervous. Little did I know, my years at Spotswood High School were going to be some of the best years of my life!"
The Milltown native has been an honor roll student her entire four years as a Charger. She has been a member of the high school's Drama Club. While she has many fun memories of high school, Farrell has always loved Spirit Week. She noted that this year's Spirit Week in the fall was especially wonderful.
Farrell's favorite class at Spotswood High School was Forensics. The class even helped her decide on her future major. Spotswood High School Science teacher Amelia Cater was her favorite teacher.
I always loved her happy attitude for the first class of the day," farrell said of Cater.
In the fall, Farrell is headed to Middlesex County College in Edison. Farrell intends to transfer in two years to another college to study Forensics Toxicology.