Senior Spotlight: Rachel McCullough

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Naomi Walker

What advice would you give to incoming students? “Do not skip school, be involved, go to all the games because you will regret not going, and have fun," McCullough said.

Naomi Walker, Reporter

What are your plans after high school?

“I am attending Kirkwood Community College to get my associates degree in nursing, and then later on I will get my bachelors degree in nursing as well.”

What was your favorite year of high school and why?

“I would say my freshman year because it was my favorite year of cheer. I really liked the coaches because we were really close.”

What will you miss most about high school?

“I will miss going to dances and having easy classes. I am sure college will be a lot harder.”

What is the most embarrassing moment you have had in high school?

“Probably when I fell down the stairs. I was running up the stairs up and I started tumbling down and the other people in the hallways did not say anything to me. They just looked at me and did not even ask if I was okay.”

What was your favorite class and why?

“My favorite class is Biomedical Science with Yoder. Yoder is the best teacher.”

What is something you would change about your high school experience?

“I would try to be more involved and take every opportunity that I can so I could be more involved with the school. Also, I would have more fun.”

What is something that benefited you the most?

“Definitely studying because it helped me get good grades.”