Bosqueville High School
Q: What are your study tips?
A: Don’t put anything off. If you don’t understand the material, ask someone.
Q: What is one thing you wish you’d known in your freshman year?
A: Grades definitely do matter.
Q: What is the best lesson you’ve learned from a teacher?
A: It’s OK to mess up on some assignments. In the long run, if you try your hardest, you will get good grades.
Q: What are your school and community involvements?
A: I do a lot outside of the class. I’m in FFA. I’m the stage manager and the lights director for our one-act play. I play select soccer. I play tennis, and I do UIL [academics]. I’m also in the National Honor Society. I volunteer at the Waco library. In my free time, you can probably find me doing something for my school.
Q: With a busy schedule, what do you do to unwind?
A: Usually sleep.
Q: What do you plan to do after graduation?
A: I want to go to college and study writing. I want to become a professional writer. I’m torn between a few universities.
Q: What has been your favorite subject?
A: I’d say English.
Q: What has been your most challenging subject?
A: Definitely physics and chemistry. Just the sciences in general.
Q: What one word describes you best?
A: Silly. I am not very serious.
Q: What is your proudest accomplishment thus far?
A: I’ve had some poems published in MCC’s “The Stone Circle” art and literary magazine.