By Savanah Baugh
Senior year has been said to be a time of independence and growth. You start thinking about what college you might want to attend and you create long lasting memories with your friends and classmates. The last few months are especially memorable. You get to attend prom, go on your senior trip, and get your yearbook signed. Most importantly though, you finally get the chance to graduate.
Throughout her years of high school, senior Cameron Christgen has been involved in FBLA and Student Council. She has been a member of FBLA for two years and a Student Council member for four years. In the interview below, she reflects on high school memories and looks forward to the future.
Q: Have you acquired a nickname during your years of high school?
A: My nickname is Cam- short for Cameron -because there’s another Cameron here at school and we didn’t want anyone to get confused.
Q: Who has been your favorite teacher?
A: My favorite teacher would have to be Wardlow. He respects the students and the students know to respect him.
Q: Who are you most often seen with?
A: Jessica and Averyl
Q: What is your favorite high school memory?
A: Districts for girls’ basketball team at St. Joe Christian, because it was fun being part of the crowd.
Q: What are your future plans?
A: I plan on going to UMKC. I want to live in Overland Park with three kids, and I plan on owning a Christmas tree farm when I retire.
Q: What will you miss the most about high school?
A: I’m going to miss how comfortable I am here, because it’s so small and I know everyone.