2020 Vision – The Seniors (Carlee Aversa, Giovanee Aversa, John Borden, Madi Bordi)

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2020 Vision – The Seniors (Carlee Aversa, Giovanee Aversa, John Borden, Madi Bordi)

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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 this week’s first interview, we have John Borden!

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

A: Hopefully going to college and pursuing a career in engineering.

Q: What is your favorite memory for high school?

A: Mostly sports, and events like the volleyball tournaments and school dances where the whole school was together.

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

A: Don’t procrastinate, try hard in your freshman and sophomore year so it doesn’t come back to bite you, and enjoy everything.

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

A: I guess just seeing everyone I grew up with and the whole school atmosphere.

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

A: Sports made me humble, and school itself put things into perspective because it is the most difficult thing that I have done so far.

Next we interviewed Carlee Aversa

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

A: Attend RCGC then transfer to Rowan. I plan to study biomedical engineering.

Q: What is your favorite memory from high school?

A: Prom!

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

A: It’s important to be able to balance school, work, and sports.

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

A: Playing sports.

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

A: When Mrs. Weichmann brought in her husband’s doctors who were biomedical engineers and showed and talked about prosthetic legs. This really interested me and led to me wanting to pursue a career studying biomechanics and biomedical engineering.

For our third interview we have Giavonee Aversa!

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

A: I will most likely be attending RCGC, majoring in biology.

Q: What is your favorite memory from high school? 

A:  Prom. 

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

A:  Make goals for yourself and take the steps necessary to get them. 

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

A: My friends. 

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

A: My teachers, because they helped me prepare myself the best I could to complete high school and to have a good start to a successful future.

  

Finally we asked Madi Bordi a few questions

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

A: I’m going to college for pre-med at Rutgers New Brunswick.

Q: What is your favorite memory from High School? 

A:  My favorite memories are hanging out with my friends, going out to eat, and watching movies with them. 

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

A: My advice is to do your homework and study so you don’t fail. Don’t procrastinate and manage your time with sports and homework. 

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

A: The teachers, especially Ms. Pitt, Mr. Lathan and Mr. Marino. I’m gonna miss my friends as well. 

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

A: Mr. Greway, he helped me out with homework and working hard. He’d also help with furthering my ideas for college.