Q: What has been your best memory at Sahuaro?
A: Running around in my socks when the red and blue game got rained out sophomore year.
Q: Name one of your favorite teachers at Sahuaro, and why?
A: Ms. DePugh, because she’s so sarcastic and she prepared us for our AP test well. She is also just fun.
Q: What are your plans after high school?
A: I am going to the U of A to study Bio-mechanical Engineering. I think it would be really cool to work in prosthetics.
Q: What are three fun facts about you?
A: I dislocated my kneecap by rolling over the couch, my favorite color is red, and I am a lifeguard.
Q: What’s your motto in life?
A: “Hard work pays off” and, “There is a sarcastic comment for every question asked.”
Q: Name three of your idols/icons?
A: Super cliché but my mom and my dad, Michael Phelps, and my friends. My friends always push me to do my absolute best.
Q: If you could go back and change one thing about your high school career, what would it be?
A: Participate in more events
Q: Give your freshman-self advice in ten words or less.
A: Don’t worry about what other people think of you.
Q: Where do you see yourself in 15 years?
A: Married with kids, a good-paying bio-mechanical engineering job, and living in Tucson.
Q: What do you feel has been/will be your legacy left here at Sahuaro?
A: Lots of sass.
Q: What’s the worst/most embarrassing thing that’s ever happened to you at Sahuaro?
A: During finals freshman year, I got sick in my first period. I had to run out of the classroom to try and get to the nurse in time, but I didn’t, and could only make it to a trashcan outside to throw up.