On Thursday, senior students from Madison County High School made a special visit.
The seniors walked the halls of Central School as part of the annual "Tiger Walk."
The young students lined the hallway with special signs of congratulatory messages on them for the seniors, who graduate this month.
One senior has some special advice for the students he visited.
"These next years of your life are going to be some of the best. You're going to have ups and downs, it's going to be the best roller coaster of a trip you've gotten to have so far, enjoy every minute of it," said Brandon Marsh, a senior student.
The Tiger Walk is designed to encourage the young students to stay in school, so they too can walk the halls and celebrate high school graduation one day.
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