Memories Around Woodstock

Staff Writer: Alonna Wood

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Emma Abner photo courtesy; Daniela Salame: Alonna Wood 

Going around Woodstock High School I interviewed junior students on what their favorite high school memory was for their junior year, advice they had for the incoming freshman, some advice they would give to the upcoming juniors, and as well wishes they have to the seniors.

Interview of Emma Abner: 

What was your favorite memory of junior year? 

“My favorite memories were going to lacrosse games and going to prom.” 

What is some advice you have for the incoming freshman for the school year 201819? 

“Freshman year is going to be one of the best years you’ll have in Highschool, that’s where you will create all the friends that you are going to keep throughout the rest of your journey. Don’t be nervous about coming into your freshman year you will do just great!”  

What advice do you have for the upcoming juniors? 

“I would give to upcoming juniors would be to enjoy high school as much as possible even when life gets tough.” 

What message would you like to give the seniors as they head off to college? 

“Good luck in college and do get things in life.” 

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Rachel Smith and her friends ; photo courtesy Daniela Salame

Interview of Rachel Smith: 

What was your favorite memory of junior year? 

“Favorite memories were all the football games specifically beating Etowah, growing as a person extremely with much that occurred this year, fun nights w close friends, spring break, and going to school every day exhausted but seeing all the familiar faces helped me get through.” 

What is some advice you have for the incoming freshman for the school year of 201819? 

“Freshman year is the year you are going to find yourself and learn the things you don’t like and like in all different kinds of friendships, you will most certainly learn and figure out who you are. It might take longer for more kids than others, but don’t sweat it. Freshman year is a breeze if you let be, I would say just do your best and enjoy it.” 

What advice do you have for the upcoming juniors? 

“My advice to upcoming juniors wouldbe to be on top of your work from day 1, don’t procrastinate at all, and to know you will be challenged mentally this year, you’ll also mature a lot.” 

What message would you like to give the seniors as they head off to college? 

“My message to the seniors would be to live to your fullest potential, live also as if it’s your last day, make it all count.” 

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Mackenzie Englert and her tennis team; photo courtesy Daniela Salame

Interview of Mackenzie Englert: 

What was your favorite memory of junior year? 

“My favorite memory of junior year was probably experiencing what it was like to play varsity tennis and create a bunch of really close friends that feel like family throughout.” 

What is some advice you have for the incoming freshman for the year 201819? 

“Freshman year was my favorite year because its where I created all my friendships, don’t be nervous at all and I know you will do great. High school is just another chapter of your life that you will grow as it continues.” 

What advice do you have for the upcoming juniors? 

“Junior year I going to be super stressful, if you let it be. My advice to the upcoming juniors would be take what you can handle, as well don’t let yourself procrastinate. Procrastination will only set you behind and then at the last second you’ll be trying to pass.” 

What message would you like to give the seniors as they head off for college? 

” You can do anything you put your mind too, never give up on your dreams. We are all going miss you guys like crazy at Woodstock, but excited to see you guys do big things!!!!” 

Interview of Drew Sheehan: 

What was your favorite memory of Junior year? 

“I would say my favorite me

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Drew Sheehan playing football ; photo courtesy of Daniela Salame

mory was when we beat Etowah for football and it brought us so close to each other. Having fun throughout the school year and creating tons of friends I know I will have in my life for a while.” 

What is some advice you have for the incoming freshman for the year 201819? 

“You got this, freshman year isn’t as hard as everyone makes it seem. Don’t let the first day make you all nervous, everything will be just fine I promise you!!!!” 

What advice do you have for the upcoming juniors? 

“Junior year was my favorite year, because it’s the year I worked the hardest, so it wasn’t as hard on me with school and I was able to have more free time. I would suggest just work hard and you got it!” 

What message do you have for the seniors as they head off to college? 

“Thanks for creating so many memories at Woodstock, and thanks for all teaching us some things I hope many of us never forget. You guys are the best and I know all of you will rock it in college.” 

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