20 Heartfelt Captions for All of Your Senior Year Pics on Instagram

Whether you love high school or wish you could stay home every day, you can't deny there's something special about senior year.

This is the last year of regular school before you decide to head off to college or jump straight into the real world, which is why you should make every moment count—and snap as many pics and make as many memories as possible. If you're ready to share them with the world, try one of these sweet quotes for your next Instagram caption.

For recognizing the potential the future holds:

"This is the beginning of anything I want."


For when you're getting a little anxious about the end of high school:

"Just about a month from now I'm set adrift, with a diploma for a sail and lots of nerve for oars."

-Richard Halliburton


For the shot of your squad making memories together as senior year comes to a close:

"Don't count the days. Make the days count."

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For sharing your last-ever Picture Day photo:

"Does this smile make me look like a senior?"


For your end-of-the-year moment of self-discovery:

"And this is the part where you find out who you are."

-The Maine, "Whoever She Is."


For when you are just counting down the days:

"Hey Siri, how many days until graduation?"


For the throwback photo showing how much you've changed since you were a teeny-tiny freshman:

"Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory."

-Dr. Seuss

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For the  documentation of the impact you're going to leave behind once you graduate:

"You get to decide the legacy that you leave."


For proof that you conquered the thing you were most scared of doing your senior year:

"I am ready to face any challenge that might be foolish enough to face me."

-Dwight Shrute, The Office


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For the photo of you and the group of friends you've been besties with since freshman year:

"How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard."


For the photo of you pondering your open-ended future:

"I am 100% certain that I am 0% sure of what I'm going to do."

-Chris Traeger, Parks and Recreation


For the selfie you take on the very first day of your last year of high school:

"What feels like the end is often the beginning."

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For when you're a burnt-out senior waiting for the school year to end:

"None of my assignments are done, but I sure am."


For when you're feeling the end creeping closer and closer:

"We were nostalgic for a time that wasn't yet over."

―Nina LaCour, We Are Okay


For the pic of your totally mundane and average everyday high school:

"This wasn't like High School Musical at all."


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For when the next step is college:

"Ready to be a freshman again."

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For when you finally start ticking things off your high school bucket list:

"Last year of high school? Make it count."


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For the pic that shows you're totally willing to take risks and try new things in your last year of high school:

"A ship is always safe at shore but that is not what it's built for."

-Albert Einstein


For when the end is so close that you can taste it:

"It's the final countdown."

-Europe, "The Final Countdown'


For when the finish line is right there but you don't have the motivation:

"Tested positive for senioritis."


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