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Troy Miller

Best and worst part about being a senior?

  • “The best part is having teachers that aren’t as strict. The worst part is deciding what you are going to do after school.”

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

  • “When I was younger I wanted to be a fireman. Now I want to be in the business industry, or a real estate appraiser.”

When high school gets difficult, how do you cope?

  • “I hang out with my friends, family, and girlfriend.”

What is your first day of school traditions?

  • “My mom takes pictures of me and usually I tend to.”

Most embarrassing trend you took part in?

  • “Creating a finsta.”

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

  • “I wouldn’t change a specific rule, I would just make school a lot less strict as you get older.”

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

  • “Take more challenging classes early on.”

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

  • “Try to do more academically and try new things.”

What has motivated you to get through high school?

  • “My end goal is to have money and a good life. All of my school work was what was needed to get there.”

A song that best describes high school is…?

  • “Creatures Lie Here.”

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

  • “Not being reminded of certain due dates or important dates.”

What is one word to describe your high school experience?

  • “Underappreciated.” 

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

  • “What classes to take to better guide my career path.”

What advice would you give to underclassmen?

  • “Focus and do as much as you can.”

Where do you see yourself in 20 years?

  • “Hopefully rich, married, and happy where I am.”

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