Saturday, September 25, 2021

Senior Feature: Isaac Arzola Ve’Lez

By: Brooke Upright/Senior Writer

“Keep your soul clean and your boots dirty.” -Unknown

As Isaac Arzola Ve’Lez’s senior year is beginning to wrap up, he has a few choices about what he would like to do with his future. Arzola Ve’Lez is planning on either going into the Army, or going into the welding business. If Arzola Ve’Lez chooses to go to college he would enjoy being a part of a sports team, unsure of which sport.

Throughout his high school career, he has participated in both football and track.

He anticipates that the next few years will be harder than high school. 

Arzola Ve’Lez had stated that he was unsure about his dream job because he has a huge variety of different jobs he likes.

If he was asked what advice he would give to the underclassmen, he responded with “Well, I never thought I’d say this, but try to do good in school. If you don’t, your options are limited.”

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Brooke Upright
Brooke is a first year journalism student who likes to spend time with friends and family. She was a part of the Big Brothers Big Sisters program and enjoys art. She also played 2 years of volleyball and 6 years of softball. After High school she hopes that she can attend college and get a degree in art therapy.

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