2020 Vision: (Digneo, Kravinsky, Kunkel, Kokocha)

Back with this weeks 2020 Vision, we sat down to interesting interviews with some of Audubon’s senior class. Continue reading to hear some great advice from are future graduates and see what their plans are for the next part of their lives!

First we have future college baseball player, Thomas Digneo: 

Q. What are you thinking about doing in your future?

A. I plan on attending a 4- year college to play baseball and study business management.

Q. What are your favorite memories from high school? 

A. My favorite memory from high school is all the fun memories with the boys.

Q. Do you have any advice for the younger classes? 

A. Enjoy high school while it lasts because time flies, and don’t rush for college.

Q. What are you going to miss the most when you leave high school?

A. I’m going to miss the freedom I had as a child and the time of my life when I didn’t need to be an adult.

Q. Who or what has influenced you the most throughout your high school career?

A. My brother, Anthony Digneo, has influenced me the most because he is 22 years old now and just has helped me through my entire life.

 

Next up is Roxanne Kravinsky with some advice for the younger classes:

Q. What are you thinking about doing in your future?

A. My plan is to go to college and get a bachelors in business marketing.

Q. What is your favorite memory from high school? 

A. Night soccer games are my favorite memory.

Q. Do you have any advice for the younger classes?

A. Just have a good time and try to go to all the events.

Q. What are you going to miss the most when you leave high school?

A. Probably seeing that it is time to grow up and make harder decisions for myself.

Q. Who or what has influenced you the most throughout your high school career? 

A. My teachers, since they have taught me  a lot are making me ready for my life.

 

Our next interview was with Lexi Kunkel, who shares her high school memories: 

Q. What are you thinking about doing in your future?

A. Going to college as a fashion major.

Q. What is your favorite memory from high school?

A. Winning states in soccer and the after party.

Q. Do you have any advice for the younger classes?

A. Study a couple days before your test and be involved in multiple activities. You have more time than you think.

Q. What are you going to miss the most when you leave high school?

A. I will miss my soccer family the most, as well as Madame because she is a fashion icon.

Q. Who or what influenced you the most throughout your high school career? 

A. My parents have influenced me the most by helping to remind me why I was working so hard.

 

Finally, we interviewed Peter Kokocha as he shares his high school experience:

Q. What are you thinking about doing in your future?

A. I have no idea, although I like history.

Q. What is your favorite memory from high school?

A. My favorite memory is meeting all my teachers.

Q. Do you have any advice for the younger classes?

A. Save your money. Buy things that are on sale, make smart decisions that save you on hardships in the long run.

Q. What are you going to miss the most when you leave high school?

A. Having a set schedule.

Q. Who or what has influenced you the most throughout your high school career?

A. No one. I go my own way.