2020 Vision: The Seniors (Andress, Alger, Alkins, Baxter)

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 It’s finally senior year! We’ve decided to take on this year with a new tradition: senior interviews! As the school year progresses, you will get to read interviews from four different seniors each week. So sit back, and enjoy our great seniors this year! 

If you leave before seventh period, make sure you seek out Jordan Amato or Sophia Mozzachio for a paper copy of the questions so you don’t get left out!

For the first interview, we have an exclusive interview with Evan Andress!

Evan Andress

Evan Andress with Mia Koehl

Q: What are you thinking about doing in the future?

A: College, probably either Computer Science or Criminal Justice. I have no idea what school. 

Q: What is your favorite memory from high school?

A: Probably Freshman Year Study Hall. 

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

A: Just focus on your schoolwork and yourself, because you’re going to need that for the rest of your life. 

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

A: The teachers, I’ve had a lot of good teachers. 

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

A: The students, because the interactions make school memorable. 

 

Next, we have Shane Alger! 

Shane Alger in sunglasses, doin’ to it ’em

Q: What are you thinking about doing in the future?

A: Doin’ some welding.

Q: What is your favorite memory from high school?

A: Senior year is already better than every year and it’s only been a week, yeet. 

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

A: Get all your credits early on.

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

A: My friends and…

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

A: Ms. Morrison.

 

After Shane, we give you Wyatt Alkins! 

Wyatt Alkins

Wyatt Alkins in all his homeroom glory

Q: What are you thinking about doing in the future?

A: Working.

Q: What is your favorite memory from high school?

A: Lunch. 

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

A: Do the work given to you and study. 

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

A: Friends and memories.

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

A: My sister.

 

What a few exquisite interviews! Last, but definitely not least, we have Matthew Baxter! 

Matt Baxter

Q: What are you thinking about doing in the future?

A:  I want to go into the National Guard. After, I want go to college for mechanics. For example, for cars, buses, and automobiles, all that stuff. 

Q: What is your favorite memory from High School?

A: Freshman year, meeting all the people I already knew, but it was different because Kershaw was more compact and I got to grow up with those people, but I also meet new people everyday. 

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

A: Don’t stress too much, don’t overthink, because by the end of the day you’ll get things done. 

Q: What are you going to miss the most when you leave High School?

A: Being young, being close to home, not having to worry about the future. 

Q: Who or what has influenced you the most throughout your High School career?

A: Probably my sister who helped me through homework and tough times because she went through high school already. 

 

Thanks for reading about our amazing seniors! Tune in next week for the next installment of 2020 Vision: The Seniors!