By: Ryan Glatzel/Junior Writer
“I think of people who can’t be here, and I know that I’m lucky to still be alive – maybe there is a job here for me to finish.” -Garrison Strohl
During his high school career, senior Garrison Strohl has let his athletic side come through, playing for two years for the Susquehanna Sabers football team. Chorus has also dominated his time at Blue Ridge, a group for which he has been a member for the last four years.
After high school, Strohl plans on entering the U.S Air Force.
“I want to go into the Air Force and be a mental health technician. Then, afterwards, I plan on attending college.”
At college, Strohl says, he’d like to play hockey, volleyball, or anything, just to experience the fun of it. He also anticipates the next few years to be “rough, but worth the work because I’ll be getting paid in the long run.”
When asked about his dream job, Strohl stated, “I have a few ideas. I would love to be a musical artist or game designer, but most of all, I’d like to be a live streamer, streaming podcasts, gaming, or honestly, whatever else I want. That would be a dream come true.”
As he’s soon to exit the halls of Blue Ridge, Strohl offers these words of wisdom to the underclassmen with these words of advice: “Keep to yourself. It’s the best way to get through school. Also, don’t talk about your personal life, or about yourself a lot, or it will be used against you. With that said, you should always remember that people do care. Just be yourself and keep your head up. You may just be too mature for a lot of people.”