The September Student of the Month Award winner was chosen to be senior Julia McIntyre. Julia is involved in many extracurricular activities and is a good all-around student.
Julia was asked a series of questions to find out about her life after high school and her high school experience as a whole.
Julia talked about her classes briefly and how they are going. “My classes are going well this year. All of the teachers explain everything well and are always willing to answer questions.” It sounds like she is also enjoying her teachers this year as well.
She also voiced about what her favorite part of high school is. “My favorite part of high school has been running and spending time with all of the friends I've made through cross country.”
Julia is a very involved student and participates in a lot of extracurricular activities. The teams she is a part of are the cross country and track teams. She is also involved in many clubs too, and those consist of National Honor Society, FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), and the Shamrock Conservation Association.
Julia said that her favorite extracurricular activity is cross country. “My favorite extracurricular activity is cross country because of all the friends and memories I've made through great experiences over the last four years.”
After high school, she plans on attending Missouri University of Science and Technology and majoring in biochemistry. After college she added that she plans to continue to research in biofuels.
Julia added that she is “excited and honored that [she] was picked to be student of the month.”
Finally, she gave some advice to other students that are wanting to strive to reach student of the month: “Be involved. Always strive to do your best. Never accept anything less than your best work. Be kind and caring to teachers, students, and community members.”
Congratulations to Julia McIntyre for being Student of the Month. We are proud of all of your accomplishments!