Sunday, March 29, 2020

Senior Feature: Spencer Renwick

By: Kaelin Hughes/Content Editor

“Do or do not. There is no try.” -Yoda

Even though the final months of his high school career are going by fast, Spencer Renwick is making the most of it. During his time at Blue Ridge, Renwick has been devoted to the arts. He has participated in choir all four years, and has qualified for many Pennsylvania Music Educators Association’s (PMEA) festivals, such as Districts, Regions, and All-State choir. Renwick has recently qualified for the Regions festival again as a Tenor 2, and hopes to qualify for All-States again.

Renwick has also been very active in Blue Ridge Theater Department productions, as he has been in a total of eight shows! He finds putting on a show for many to see an exciting experience, and wishes to continue participating in theater-related activities following high school.

Being fascinated with the human mind and an interest in helping others around him, Spencer’s plans following high school are to attend Marywood University to pursue a career in clinical psychology, his dream job. He anticipates learning many new things pertaining to his future career, even if it becomes difficult at times.

Renwick leaves underclassmen with advice to do well in high school. He says “do your best in school, but don’t be afraid to give yourself a break sometimes. You don’t need to stress out over school a lot, it isn’t worth it.”

Even though the memories he made during high school are ones to last a lifetime, Spencer Renwick has never been more excited to make new ones during college.

Kaelin Hughes
Kaelin Hughes is a determined second year journalism student taking on her senior year at Blue Ridge. She has participated in Leo Club, National Honor Society, and theater. When you don't have any idea of where Kaelin is, she can be found doing anything music or theater related, stressing out over classes, or sleeping. Her future goals consist of attending college, but unsure of a specific path, since her ideas change at any given moment, but she's working on it, hoping to go through the motions of life.


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