Earlier today (2 April), the BBC announced that Waterloo Road would be coming to an end following the 10th series in 2015.
Chelsee found fame on the show as Janeece Bryant, who started out as a schoolgirl before landing a job as a school secretary, and is sad to see it go.
Taking to Twitter, Chelsee said: "Waterloo Road has come to an end!
"Spent 8 years of my life on the show! And loved and appreciated every minute, also met some amazing people."
Chelsee isn't the only famous face to have spoken about the drama coming to an end either.
Actress Angela Griffin starred as art teacher and head of pastoral care, Kim Campbell, from 2006 to 2007 and then again from 2009 to 2010.
She tweeted: "Waterloo Road will finally shut its gates after 10 series. Shame. A great place to start young careers."
Other stars to grace the school corridors include Denise Welch, Neil Morrissey and Jill Halfpenny.
Announcing that school will be out forever as of next year, the BBC said this morning: "We're incredibly proud of the show but believe it has reached the end of its lifecycle."