China Spring High School
Q: What are your study tips?
A: Writing things down repetitively to memorize them and also getting a study group together. When you teach someone a concept they don’t understand, it helps you learn the material yourself.
Q: What is one thing you wish you’d known your freshman year?
A: The next four years will fly by faster than you can imagine, so go to every sporting event and banquet and every school-related event you can to have good memories to look back on. Also, you can start applying for scholarships as a freshman.
Q: What has been your favorite and your most challenging subjects?
A: My favorite subject would be math. My most challenging subject would be my dual credit English writing class.
Q: What are your plans for college?
A: I’m going to attend either Abilene Christian University or Stephen F. Austin [State University] to be a speech pathologist.
Q: Growing up, what is something your mother or father always told you?
A: They always told me to do my absolute best and give 110 percent in everything I do, and also to be the most compassionate person I possibly can because you never know what others are going through.
Q: Was there one teacher who had a significant impact on you?
A: My math teacher, Ms. McDuff. She was also the head of student council, and being a part of that I got to talk to her a lot more than just in math class. She was there for me for help in math and in school and life.
Q: What is something most people don’t know about you?
A: I have a passion to help others as much as I possibly can.