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Senior Spotlight

Senior Spotlight

posted Feb 15, 2018, 9:23 AM by Adyson Koster

Senior Spotlight:

What are your plans for next year?


Clarissa Snow: Attending Crave Beauty Academy


Amanda Smith: Attend college and be successful



What is your favorite high school memory?

Snow: The Garden Plain game junior year when we won by one point

Smith: The Belle Plaine game with Morgan


What advice do you have for next year’s seniors?

Snow: Just do you and have fun

Smith: It ain’t that serious.



Senior Spotlight

posted Feb 8, 2018, 9:34 AM by Alivia Lange   [ updated Feb 15, 2018, 9:21 AM by Adyson Koster ]

Senior Spotlight:

What are your plans for next year?

Makenna Beesley: Go to Oklahoma State University to do Recreational Therapy


Cassie Brozovich Go to the Kansas City Art Institute


Katia Wright: Go to the University of Central Missouri to do Music Therapy


What is your favorite high school memory?

Beesley: Making 1234A All-State Band

Brozovich: “The Legend of Robin Hood”

Wright: When I did my solo freshman and sophomore year


What advice do you have for next year’s seniors?

Beesley: Don’t stress about the little things--they don’t matter as much as you think they do.

Brozovich: Don’t procrastinate on scholarships

Wright: Don’t procrastinate


Senior Spotlight

posted Jan 31, 2018, 9:32 AM by Makenna Beesley

What are your plans for next year?


Nick Wiles: To live life and have fun


Courtnee Wisdom: To go to Butler for Technical Theater


Jera Wolke: To go to Emporia State University for a Bachelor of Science, possibly in Zoology


What is your favorite high school memory?

Wiles: Hanging out with my friend Andrew

Wisdom: The plays

Wolke: Athletics


What advice do you have for next year's seniors?

Wiles: Don’t be like me.

Wisdom: Go participate in things. If you don’t know what it is, you should go try it out.

Wolke: Get involved in everything you can, because you’re going to miss it when you can’t.


Senior Spotlight

posted Jan 24, 2018, 10:01 AM by Clarissa Snow

What are your plans for next year?


Cody Stuhlsatz: Join the National Guard

Colton Terhune: Go to Bethel college

Rachel Walker: Attend college


What is your favorite high school memory?

Cody Stuhlsatz: Prom

Colton Terhune: Kickball

Rachel Walker: Winter Formal


What advice do you have for next year's seniors?

Cody Stuhlsatz: Keep on keepin’ on

Colton Terhune: Go have fun

Rachel Walker: Don't procrastinate


Senior Spotlight

posted Jan 18, 2018, 9:54 AM by Stephanie Brozovich

What are your plans for next year?


Lacey Pauly: Attend Emporia State University and get a master’s in elementary education

Colt Shobe: Go to college

Tyler Starks: Go to college and major in diesel mechanics


What is your favorite high school memory?

Pauly: Winning league champs in basketball sophomore year

Shobe: Eating lunch with my friends

Starks: Prom


What advice do you have for next year’s seniors?

Pauly: Don’t stress as much about your grade. They matter, but only to a degree.

Shobe: Don’t procrastinate

Starks: Get your stuff done early

Senior Spotlight

posted Dec 13, 2017, 9:41 AM by Clarissa Snow

What are your plans for next year?


Rianna Morris: Go to NWOSU for nursing

Ben Neises: Go to school for automotive

Brenden Pauly: Go to basic military training then go to tech school


What is your favorite high school memory?

Morris: Hanging in the parking lot after games

Neises: Prom

Pauly: Losing by a field goal to Hesston


What advice do you have for next year’s seniors?

Morris: Take as many college classes as you can

Neises: Try your best

Pauly: Don't procrastinate






Senior Spotlight

posted Dec 6, 2017, 9:41 AM by Amanda Smith

What are your plans for next year?


Skyler Kunz: Attend Hutch Community College for fire science

Matthew Lange: Go to college, probably ROTC at KU

Matthew Monsion: Go to K-State and get my master’s in electrical engineering



What is your favorite high school memory?

Kunz: Garden Plain basketball game sophomore year

Lange: Losing to Hesston by a last-second field goal

Monsion: Sophomore year Garden Plain basketball game


What advice do you have for next year’s seniors?

Kunz: Live life to the fullest

Lange: Figure out what you want to do with your life -- don’t sit around and wait.

Monsion: Shoot for the stars

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posted Nov 21, 2017, 9:22 AM by Alivia Lange



Senior Spotlight:


What are your plans for next year?


Jacob Kautz: Go to college and get a job


Morgan Koster: Going to Wichita State for Criminal Justice

Trenton Jones: Go to college


What is your favorite high school memory?

Kautz: After prom games

Koster: Going to the games and hanging with friends

Jones: Mr. Martens’ AP


What advice so you have for next year’s seniors?

Kautz: Don’t bully underclassmen

Koster: Don’t wait the last minute to do your homework

Jones: Don’t procrastinate



Senior Spotlight

posted Nov 15, 2017, 9:38 AM by Karley Mooneyham

What are your plans for next year?


Abby Heimerman: Attend Emporia State University and major in biology

Amy Heimerman: Go to college

David Hill: Go to college


What was your favorite memory from high school?

Abby: Playing sports

Amy: Cleaning lunch tables after lunch one time when I got in trouble

Hill: When a substitute for Mrs. Becker fell out of her chair


What advice do you give to next year seniors?

Abby: Be nice to everyone

Amy: Don’t be dumb

Hill: Do everything opposite of what Lyle does






Senior Spotlight

posted Nov 8, 2017, 9:33 AM by Travis Willson

What are your plans for next year?

Caylee Harrington: I will go to Butler and go into teaching.


John Hartman: Go to college at Newman University


Christian Hedrick: Play football at a college


What is your favorite high school memory?

Harrington: When we decorated the doors last year

Hartman: I don’t have a memory. I hate high school.

Hedrick: Winning the district championship


What advice do you have for next year’s seniors?

Harrington: Quizlet is a life saver

Hartman: Work hard and don’t screw around

Hedrick: Don’t be satisfied with where you are at; there’s always room to improve.


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