Rachel Brummet

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Haley Sanford

Senior Nostalgia // Looking forward to the future, Rachel gets ready for the last 2 months of high school. Sad to leave it behind, Rachel makes the most of her last days of high school looking back on the good memories she shared with friends. Rachel said, “I am so excited for college and all the new experiences I’ll come across. However, I am so grateful for all the friends I’ve made through band over the year!”

Haley Sanford, Staff writer

What is your name and grade?

“My name is Rachel Brummett. I am in 12th grade.”

 

Who is the most influential person to you at Heath?

“Mrs. Hargis. She’s always there for me and she’s basically a mom for me at school. Whenever I have little crises’ or am not feeling well she’s always there with solutions.”

 

What has been the happiest moment for you in high school?

“The strong feeling of friendship at marching band contests.”

 

What would someone be surprised to know about your high school years?

“I’ve played trombone all four years and I’m sad that I don’t have a math class my senior year.”

 

What are you looking forward to most before school ends?

“I am looking forward to prom, and my birthday!!”