By:Reese Allen/Content Editor and Junior Writer
“Don’t let people tell you how to live or do things.” – George S. Patterson
Caiden George is ending his senior year here at Blue Ridge this June, but that isn’t going to stop him from planning his future. George plans on attending Lincoln Tech in Connecticut to become an electrician. George’s dream job is to be a famous online creator, a video game designer, or a video game tester.
He has participated in track and field (one year), yearbook (two years) and soccer (three years), and plans on continuing his soccer career in college.
If Caiden was asked to give advice to underclassmen, he would say this: “Don’t stress about the little things and enjoy high school.”
Caiden George is excited for the next chapter of his life because he is moving away. While having that as his first event to look forward to, he hopes that COVID-19 restrictions are going to start going away so that he can experience life normally. He hopes that one day he can start a business without having to worry about the 2020-21 pandemic.