What’s Next?

Whats Next?

Mrs. Josselet, reporter

It is always interesting to find out what our seniors are planning on doing after they leave high school, and this year’s group is no exception from college to the military to joining the work force- they have it covered.  Here are their plans for their immediate future:

Juke Kelly just wants to make some money.

Emma Haynes is off to UNT to study kinesiology.

Bryan DeLeon is going to work for the family business this summer and then head to college in the fall.

Joe Green is heading to Kansas to play football at Benedictine College.

Sarah Lacy is starting at NCTC and then on to UNT or Tulsa University to obtain her Bachelor’s and Master’s in School Counseling.

Eleanor Larson will attend Abilene Christian University to major in accounting and minor in German language and culture.

Ashleigh Neace is going to begin working and then attend online classes at Grand Canyon University to eventually become a teacher and softball coach.

Arely Arellano-Agreda is going to head to college.

Mason Pittman wants to move to Utah closer to his sister Morgan and brother-in-law (and soon-to-be-nephew or niece) and become an electrician.

Maddie Hale wants to major in fashion design at UNT.

Hanna Zimmerman is going to be a horned frog of Texas Christian University while pursuing an early childhood education degree.

Rainey Edwards-Nelson plans to attend NCTC and study criminal justice.

Connor Altes is planning on pursuing an aerospace engineering degree at Texas A&M University.

Antonio Ramirez wants to be an accountant and will achieve that dream attending the University of Texas in Austin.

Kenzie Crider is heading north to Oklahoma State University to become a cowgirl and pursue a physical therapy degree.

Riley Carroll is still unsure of what he wants to be when he grows up, so he is heading off to college to figure it out.

Dakota Allen is going to go to work making that money.

Rey Martinez is going to stack rack$ or make money for those of us old timers who don’t understand the lingo! 🙂

Vanessa Ogie is heading to UNT.

Caitlyn Cox will be working full time in the HR department at ABC Home and Commercial Services.

Brandon Wright is going to work at cleaning pools to pay for culinary school.

Gabby McEwen is going to attend Tarrant Junior College.

Shelby Magruder is planning to get her degree in child studies at TWU and work with Mosaic Industries as a child life specialist in group and foster homes.

Jillian Roberts will be running track at Ouachita Baptist University and majoring in accounting and finance.  Upon graduating she will take the CPA test to become an accountant.

Reece Pagel is heading north to Oklahoma State University to major in communication sciences and disorders and minor is Sign Language.

Kelani Burleyson plans to become a bio med.

Destiny Wolf plans to produce live media and a real estate photographer.

Hayes Hutcherson will be heading to Arkansas and Harding University like his brothers before him to study business management.

Haley Voelkel will be attending NCTC in Corinth.

Kamrie Green will become a Stinger! at Howard Payne to major in criminal justice.

Kelli Muncy will pursue a degree in music education at TWU.

Sydney Ray is going to chase her dream of becoming a veterinarian by majoring in pre-vet at Oklahoma State University with a focus in equine science.

Bodi Gill will attend UNT to major in music with a focus on vocal performance.

Kara Barreraz wants to travel for a year and then start a podcast.

Alicia Izaguirre heads off to college to work on several degrees hoping to become an orthodontist or a travel nurse.

Mollie Taft will continue her softball career at Oklahoma Wesleyan University and major in psychology.

Alexis Soto is heading into the work force to make some money.

Carmen Mejia will stay close at UNT  and hopes to make it all the way.  However if she doesn’t make it and drops out, Twitch is my back up plan.

Halim Rifai wants to study paramedicine (EMT/Paramedic)  or radiology.

Nia Smith plans to spend some time in California then start college in the fall.

Payton Coffey heads to Mary Hardin Baylor where he will study accounting.

Hayden McFarland is going to take a gap year and then secure a career in IT.

Ryder Cassady is going to take a gap year as well and then go to a trade school.

Emily Avalos plans to go to college and get her degree in dental hygiene.

Rachel Seay is attending NCTC the first year for genetics and then will transfer to Texas A&M to finish her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in forensic and investigative science.

Manuel Melchor wants to attend college and play on a soccer team.

Jack Laughlin is attending NCTC to get his basics then on to art school.  He wants to create his own cartoon.  If this doesn’t work, he is going into politics.

Jake Morrow heads to NCTC for the first two years and then on to Texas A&M.

Thomas DeLange plans to attend NCTC first then transfer to UNT.

Graham McDaniel wants to work on Choochoo trains, so to translate he wants to work for BNSF.

Andrew Rodriguez is going to college to become a car technician for Chevy.

Garrett Fox wants to get a degree in broadcast journalism.

Felicity Camacho plans to major in nursing at TWU.

Jayda Snodgrass would like to find a job that pays well, and that she likes.

Arancha Hervas is going to college north of Madrid and in her last year of college she will study abroad again.

Ashton Cross-Wesley plans to get his basics at a junior college and work, and then eventually go to a different college to study business.