Seniors of the Month

Seniors of the Month
Posted on 02/20/2018
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Gianna HagedornParker Hill

Seniors of the Month for February Gianna Hagedorn and Parker Hill

Name: Gianna Hagedorn
Parents: Michael and Angela Hagedorn
Address: Huntsville

School Activities and Awards: Key Club Vice President, SADD, Science Club, National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Student Council, CBC Scholar Athlete, 4.0 Honor Roll, Senior Class Secretary, Teachers Assistant, Homecoming Attendant, Honda Achievement Breakfast, Compass Award, Basketball Cheerleading, Football Cheerleading, Competition Cheerleading, Award of Excellence, Honor Society Award for Academic Excellence, Youth Mentor and Business Professionals of America
If I were principal for a day: I would have "chocolate milk and chocolate chip cookie day," followed with an afternoon nap. 
Favorite High School Memory: My favorite memory is playing Uno in Mr. Yocum's room all day before Christmas break and making breakfast in his class. 
People who have been an inspiration to me include:  My parents and my teachers like Mr. Levingston, Mr. Steinbarger and Mrs Miller. 
Lately I've been readingThe Thing Around Your Neck by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
My advice to parents: Always support your kids in the things they love.

My Biggest Regret: My biggest regret is putting things off until the last minute, causing myself unnecessary stress. 

Next Year I Will Be: Attending Miami University studying an undecided major. 

Name: Parker Hill

Parents: Mandy Hill 

Address: Lakeview

School Activities: Baseball, JV Booster Award, Honor Roll

If I were principal for the day: I would let seniors have open lunches all year on Fridays because it would give them more freedom. 

Favorite School Memory: My favorite memory is eating ten cheesecakes for lunch at the Thanksgiving Feast!

People who have been an inspiration to me: Mr. Tennant and Mr. Levingston are an inspiration to me because they give me the best advice for life after high school. 

Lately I’ve been reading: Brave New World by Aldous Huxley 

My advice to parents
: Let your kids have a bit of freedom and have a great time while they are still in school. 

My Biggest Regret: I regret not being in a lot more clubs and organizations through high school. 

Next Year I will be: Attending Mount Vernon Nazarene University with a major in Communications.