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Senior Spotlight: Sierra Orechovesky

posted Apr 15, 2018, 12:58 PM by School Publications
Sierra Orechovesky, a splendid student and academic superstar was interviewed and asked some simple questions involving her future. She was asked what she was gonna do after high school, and she responded with, “after high school I plan to go to college to become a surgeon.” Then she was asked a follow up question about how she would achieve this goal and her response was,”I am going to focus on my studies to be the best that I can be.” She was asked who or what her inspiration was, and she replied, “Chester Bennington has been my inspiration since I was a little girl. I have always looked up to him and what he has overcome as a person. I myself have had many obstacles, and even though I didn't know him, he helped me in so many ways. His music seeped into my soul and changed who I am a person and as a whole. If someone so talented could get through the worst, then I could too!” 

Another question asked was where she sees herself in ten years, she replied with ”In ten years I plan on being done with school or almost done with school. If I am done with school, I plan on moving to a bigger city like St. Louis to become a surgeon.” She was asked what her favorite thing about high school was, and she responded with, “Is there any? I'm kidding, I really love the teachers. I look up to all of them and respect them greatly. Even if I'm grouchy with them sometimes.” She was asked how she feels about being a library aid and she said, “It's great, for a library its really noisy up here.” We hope Sierra achieves her goals and is successful.

By: Mason Parish
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