Interview with a Senior
Harshbarger, Cech and Savage
By Naiesha Thobe
With graduation fast approaching, a majority of the students at
Greenville Senior High School have an idea of what they want to do
after high school. For those graduating, I have decided that a few
questions to a few Seniors would be a great insight for what today’s
generation is planning on doing in the future.
For this installment of “Interview with a Senior,” we have three
particular students: Marlaina Harshbarger, Andrew Cech, and Amber
Savage. We were able to talk a little bit about what they plan to do.
Miss Harshbarger is a student at Edison Community College. She has been
majoring in paralegals. Her associate’s degree will be finished when
next year rolls around. In the future, she hopes to become a lawyer, a
family law paralegal in a medium-sized firm.
Miss Savage will be entering a nine-month program at Hobart’s school of
welding after graduation. She aspires to start a creative business that
intertwines welding and sculpting. She says that she is looking forward
to not having to play by other’s rules, even though she acknowledges
there will be hardships along the way that she will have to face.
Mr. Cech hopes to attend the University of Kentucky, aspiring to
achieve a major in engineering (specifically mechanical and
electrical). He hopes to eventually work in an aerospace-related field.
He states that leaving all of his friends will be sad, but he looks
forward to further opportunities and more concentrated work.
These are just three of the many Seniors that Greenville High School
houses. There are many more who have different dreams, things they
aspire to be. Until next time, readers can only speculate as to what
those aspirations are...