Senior Profile – Rebekah Schneider

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Chabraya Steichen, Reporter

Q: What are your College or Career plans after graduation?

A: I plan on going to Carl Albert for two years to get my associate’s degree

Q: What are you looking forward to the most after graduation?

 A: I’m looking forward to having a great time with my friends on a road trip we will be taking after we all graduate.

Q: What will you miss the most about High School?

A: I will miss making inside jokes with my friends during class and I will miss preforming with the Mane Attraction.

Q: What skills did you learn in HS will benefit you the most once you have graduated?

A: The most important skills I have learned in high school that will help me out the most would be leadership, confidence, and knowledge.

Q: What has been the most challenging part of High School? Please explain.

A: The most challenging thing in High School for me would be reaching my goals, because I had to work hard to achieve them, I had to have a good mindset and I struggled to get where I am now.

Q: What “scares” or “excites” you the most about being an “adult” out in the “real world?”

A: What excites me is being out on my own but it also scares me because it’ll be a new experience and more new things to learn and challenges to face.

Q: What one piece of advice would you give to underclassmen as they prepare to graduate in a few years?

A: The advice I would give would be to join as [many] clubs you can, go to basketball games, and don’t miss out on having fun.