We're saying goodbye to the 2015 to 2017 group of Junior Journalists. From summer adventures to My Teacher is Tops segments, you've watched all nine journalists grow and learn. Now we're sharing the highlights and their stories. Junior Journalist Briley Grady takes a look back at the last two years.

It doesn't seem like it's been two years since we started this journey. We've accomplished a lot, gaining confidence along the way.

From ziplining at the Rock Ranch to catching fish at the Go Fish Center in Perry, we have so many memories and stories to tell.

But some of our favorite stories to share were the ones we told about you. “I have another surprise for you your whole class wrote this letter,” said Chanelle Washington.

We've asked the tough questions, told stories Straight from the Heart, and had a lot of fun at the same time, and though it's hard to say goodbye, we won't forget the lessons we learned.

Auditions for the next crew of Junior Journalists will be held this summer in Macon and Warner Robins, so mark your calendars.