Soon to be graduates took a trip down memory lane.
Minot High seniors traveled to Bel Air elementary school --- where their education journey began.
The school held a ceremony to celebrate the seniors and remind them that they are always a bobcat.
Alexus Arthur reports.
Minot High seniors are looking forward to their futures, but before they graduate -- they'll revisit the good ol' days.
"It brought back a lot of memories." said Austin Folk, Minot High Senior.
Bel Air elementary school brought back the soon to be graduates.
"I'm just excited to give them one more hug or high five and wish them well." said Trisha Schaefer, Bel Air Elementary Music Teacher.
"It's nice to know that they're here." said Folk.
The seniors reminisced on their elementary days as they walked into the gym and saw all their old teachers.
"I had them all. I believe I started at Bel Air when they were in the 3rd grade." said Schaefer.
"It was pretty cool to come here as see all the old teachers." said Easton Bennett, Minot High Senior.
"They hold a special place in my heart." said Schaefer.
But before the seniors say good-bye --- one more song must be sung.
"They made it feel like home again while we were here singing." said Emma Denke, Minot High Senior.
It was the song the seniors sang during their 5th grade graduation.
"It just brought back a lot of memories and emotions." said Denke.
"We just want them to know that we're excited for them." said Schaefer.
"I truly feel that once I'm a bobcat, I'm always a bobcat." said Denke.
In Minot, Alexus Arthur, KX News.
All the seniors left with a Bel Air alumni t-shirt.