By Savanah Baugh
With only two months left in the school year, seniors are really starting to think about graduation and what they want to do once they leave high school. One of those seniors is Joshua Bomberger. Throughout his four years of high school, Josh has been involved in basketball for four years, baseball for three years, football for two years. He has also been a part of FBLA, NHS, and in class office for one year. In the interview below, Josh discusses what he will miss once he finishes high school and explains what he is looking forward to in the future.
Q: What are some ways that you have grown or changed from when you started high school up until now?
A: I used to be really obnoxious and annoying my freshman year. But now that I’m a senior I’ve grown and matured.
Q: Who has impacted you the most?
A: My teachers. It’s hard to even pick one. They’ve all been equally impactful.
Q: What has been your favorite and least favorite thing about high school?
A: My favorite thing is being around my friends. My least favorite thing is the school work.
Q: Is there any advice you might have for next year’s seniors?
A: Just have fun, because it’s your last year to make it enjoyable.
Q: How many books do you think you have read since starting high school?
A: I would have to guess forty.
Q: What are some of your plans for after high school?
A: Go to college and get a job so I can get this bread.