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Natalie Woods

What is the most meaningful thing a teacher has ever taught you or said to you?

  • “It’s okay to make mistakes, everyone makes mistakes.”

Best and worst part about being a senior?

  • “The best part about being a senior is that you have more advantages than the lower grade levels. The worst part is senioritis.”

What did you want to be when you grew up in elementary school versus now?

  • “I wanted to be a veterinarian when I was in elementary school, but now I want to be a real estate agent or do something with forensics.”

When high school gets difficult, how do you cope?

  • “Listen to music, such as my favorite songs.”

What is your first day of school traditions?

  • “Taking pictures with my cousins/siblings.”

Most embarrassing trend you took part in?

  • “Dying my hair half blond and half brown.”

If you could change a rule, which rule would you change and why?

  • “I would change the starting school hours rule back to starting school earlier and then getting out of school earlier (like how it was a couple of years ago).”

If you could start school over, what would you do differently?

  • “I would be more active in school events.”

If you could travel back in time, to the beginning of high school, what would you tell yourself?

  • “High school isn’t as scary as what people said it would be.”

Who inspired you throughout high school?

  • “My parents.”

What has motivated you to get through high school?

  • “Finally getting to earn my high school diploma.”

What scares you the most about leaving high school and going into the “real world”?

  • “Meeting new people and not seeing the familiar faces I see every day in high school.”

What is one word to describe your high school experience?

  • “Challenging.”

What is the most difficult decision you’ve had to make relating to high school?

  • “Either staying virtually or going in person after the pandemic was "over "." 

What advice would you give to underclassmen?

  • “Turn in your work on time and don’t develop senioritis.”

Where do you see yourself in 20 years?

  • “Living in a different state (somewhere south or west) and making lots of money, as well as living my best life.” 

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