Memories make high school unforgettable
Submitted by Faith Bratcher WHS Student Correspondent
Memories are what make high school enjoyable for the most part. Whether those memories come from special relationships, extracurricular activities, or in classrooms, these moments stay cemented in students’ minds.
Extracurricular activities also provide good memories.
Senior Beau Henninger, who plays King Triton in Wetmore’s production of “The Little Mermaid, Jr.,” enjoys acting because of the memories that are made on stage.
“I enjoyed acting and singing High School Musical. The show brought back so many childhood memories. I enjoy becoming another person on stage,” he said.
Sports is another outlet for creating memories.
“Some of the best times in high school have been on bus rides with my football teammates,” said Ethan Osterhaus.
Believe it or not, academics can also bring good memories. Myrna Crismas says that she enjoys English, because she enjoys writing essays.
“I really liked when Mrs. Boyd had me write the ‘Senior Who Am I’ essay and combined it with an art project. We had to draw ourselves symbolically,” she said.
Other students enjoy shop class.
“It’s nice to be able to use my creativity for practical things,” senior Rob Ballenger said.
Memories come in many forms, but they do seem to be what high school is made of.