By: Isabelle Morris/Content Editor
RR: What are your plans after high school?
JC: “Sound engineering at SUNY Broome”
RR: If you are headed to college, will you be participating in any clubs, special activities, or sports?
JC: “Yes, they have a gaming club and many others there.”
RR: What other clubs, organizations, sports, etc. do you or have you participate(d) in?
JC: “I have played for the varsity golf team here at Blue Ridge. I plan on joining the e-sports team at SUNY if they have one.”
RR: How do you anticipate the next few years will be compared to high school?
JC: “From what I’ve been told, college is a lot different than high school.”
RR: What advice do you have for underclassmen?
JC: “Enjoy high school while it lasts because soon you will be wondering ‘where did the time go?'”
RR: If you could have your dream job, what would it be?
JC: “It would be to be a sound engineer for a well-known company.”
RR: Do you have a quote that helped you get through high school? What is it?
JC: “Don’t let others put you down. Let it go in one ear and out the other because most of the time, when you do this, the person(s) will leave you alone.”
Isabelle Morris is a current senior and is in her first year of Journalism. She is apart of various clubs such as Prom committee, FBLA, Homecoming committee, and is currently Leo Club President and the Treasurer for the National Honor Society. She will be attending Le Moyne College in the fall of 2019 to pursue a career in business.