Senior Edition: Seniors’ Future Aspirations

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Senior Edition: Seniors’ Future Aspirations

Jacob Beier, Staff Writer

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Graduation is a time of excitement and nervousness about the future. Seniors spend years building up to the time where they will move on from high school and start to focus on one of their passions. We asked seniors about their future plans, and where they see themselves in the future:

 

1. Where do you see yourself in 5, 10, and 15 years?

2. What is your dream goal in life?

 

Sarah Richards

1. In 5 years I hope to be attending law school. In 10, hopefully I have landed a job at a law firm. In 15, hopefully I am married or close to it and looking at running my own firm.

2.My dream goal in life is to advance my career to the fullest extent and be the best that I can be at it (and buy a Tesla).

Lindsey Heindrichs (12), Sarah Richards (12), Diego Gonzalez (11),
Jayda Pearrow (12), Nicolas Eurich (12) and Mia Leoffer (10) performed
Axel F with the Show Choir during the Winter Concert.

 

Nic Merrell

1. In five years I see myself enjoying life.

2. My goal in life is to become a law enforcement officer.

Alec Janosek (10), Ella Ferguson (9), Claire Snodgrass (10), Louden
Ferguson (12), Nic Merrell (12), and Emily Swierczek (11) hung out with each other during a football game. They performed during halftime with the rest of the Platteview Marching Band.

 

Alex Verdoni

1. In 5-10 years I see myself managing construction projects valued around several million dollars.

2. My dream goal in life is to design and build my own house for my wife and kids.

Alex Verdoni (12) spoke for the Veteran’s Day program, one of
Platteview’s most prominent events.

 

Wyatt Webster

1. I see myself graduating college in 5 years. I see myself running my own business in ten years. And in 15 years I see myself as one of the top 50 richest people in the U.S.

2. My dream goal in life is to obtain lots of money.

Wyatt Webster (12) geared up for a line drive while pitching during a
Platteview Baseball game.