Lara Jean Covey finishes up her senior year in “To All the Boys: Always and Forever,” the third and final film in the popular trilogy based on Jenny Han’s young-adult novels, and star Lana Condor feels like she’s graduating, too.

“It’s really kind of a surreal moment. I get emotional,” Condor says of playing the sweet and quirky Lara Jean one last time in the upcoming Netflix film (streaming Feb. 12). “I’m really worried because I am not fully (prepared). My heart hurts to know that it’s ending, but also I’m really excited.”

USA TODAY has the exclusive first look at images from director Michael Fimognari’s latest “To All the Boys” film, which finds Lara Jean transitioning to adulthood and planning for what’s to come. She and her boyfriend Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) dream of attending Stanford together, though when plans have to change, Lara Jean is forced to weigh what she feels is most important for her own life.