Reginald Coleman, senior
"My goal in life is to be successful, to where I can support my family. Since I just recently got into acting, I want to go far, like probably Broadway, also I want to act in like movies and TV shows. I don't want to just stop there either; I want to keep going forward to where maybe I'm creating more and more stuff. My idol, Donald Glover, he's multi-talented, and I look up to him. So, I don't want...
Noah Trevino, eighth grade
“I’m in jazz, intro to modern, drama II, and boys’ choir. My favorite is boys’ choir because I don’t have to dress up and continually change and I feel like people try more in choir and it’s also much less crowded. It leaves more space to yourself.” -Noah Trevino, eighth grade
Marissa Moyers, eighth grade
“I’ve been singing since I was around six years old. I honestly just love music in general because it helps me cope with almost everything in my life.” -Marissa Moyers, eighth grade
Lilliana Bremerkamp, sophomore
Lucy Corey, sixth grade
“I think I would like to be famous for designing houses. I just like designing the interior of houses and making it look...good and other people like it. Just a few weeks ago I realized that I like it, because for a lot of my life I was moving around furniture…putting pillows on there, and decidIng on paint colors. For a long time I wanted to be a doctor, but I realized that I actually like...
Samuel Meyer, seventh grade
"If I had three magic wishes, my wishes would be to be a better saxophone player, to be smarter, and to be able to play every instrument in the world." -Samuel Meyer, seventh grade
Khrystiana Joy, senior
"I dream in my future I will be a pediatrician." -Khrystiana Joy, senior
Olivia Samaniego, eighth grade
“My worst nightmare was one time my dog ran out of the house and then a bunch of crazy things happened to me, and then he died at the end; it was just really scary. Like, my mom used to tell me ‘if you don’t brush your teeth your teeth are going to rot out’, so then I just pictured my teeth rotting—it was scary.” - Olivia Samaniego, eighth grade