Everyone has a different high school experience. In the end, though, all that seems to matter is your graduating class. Friendships change and social circles evolve and by the end of high school, your graduating class seems to gel together in solidarity. It doesn’t matter which classmates were your friends or which were your worst enemies, your graduating class went through the entire high school experience together, and that means a lot. They were the people who were with you when you got your driver’s license, who saw you at your worst, and who saw you at your best. So what happens to your graduating class after, well, you’ve graduated?
A lot of people drift apart after graduation. Most go on to college, some nearby and some far away. A lot of people get together during school breaks and during the summer, but it’s never the same. So how can you stay in touch with your graduating class? If you’re a recent grad, you most likely are friends with most of your graduating class on a social networking site. The best way to stay in touch is to create a graduating class group or listserv. If you’re not a recent grad, try searching for members of your graduating class on social networking sites by school name and year. With graduating class groups or listservs, you can keep in touch with news, updates, and upcoming social events or reunions!