By: Sarah Marble/Content Editor
“You’re absolutely unique in every way, just like everyone else.”
Zachary Hessey has been involved in boys High School Volleyball, Big Brothers Big Sisters, along with helping the school sound and lighting booth during his high school career at Blue Ridge.
After high school, Hessey is planning to attend Johnson College and earn an education in Automotive Technology. He anticipates that the next few years compared to high school will consist of, “a more focused and driven career path doing what I enjoy for a while.” Hessey also plans on participating in any clubs or special activities if they are offered on campus. His education path has the chance to lead him to his dream job as a business owner of an auto shop.
Zach’s advice to any underclassmen is to, “keep your head up and that high school isn’t the endgame.”
Sarah Marble is a first year journalism student. She is a heartfelt junior, who enjoys spending her time giving back to others through volunteer work in local hospitals, along with the American Red Cross. She values being involved in her community and school as an active leader through Susquehanna County 4-H, the New Milford Rotary, Student Council, and being a Class Officer. After graduating high school, she aspires to become a neonatal nurse and be a light to others as her nurses were for the first 52 days of her life.