What class influenced your career choice the most?

Haeleigh Bayle, Editor

Chloe Anthony: Independent study on creative writing

Nicholas Baker: Welding

Maleri Mather: Healthcare technology in CTC

Taylor Fenstermaker: Choir and going to state choir made me change my plans to a career in music.

Sarah Kocol: Machining, tool tech, art, cooking

Bryce Lindstrom: Mr. Kruse’s class made me want to be a machinist and learn the trade America made through the industrial revolution.

Zachary Ahl: Welding

Konnor Johnson: Science. Science is my favorite class because there are so many fun things you can do with science.

Logan Joncas: CAD

Austyn Benninger: Cooking class

Austin Fenstermaker: Principles of health; Dr. Simpson

Jasmine Miles: Intro to Psychology taught by Mr. Woods

Alexis Hasbrouck: Biology

Nathaniel Davies: Basic Programming with Mr. Scuttella before he left.

Caelin Silvis: Business/Marketing

Hunter Savitz: Drafting/CAD

Diana Piscitelli: Art class

Sierra Geer: All of my music classes. A career without music would be pointless and sad for me.

Riley Maynard: Probably chemistry, [it] made me consider a lot of options.

Tyler Beach: History

Lexi Frisina: World of healthcare with Mrs. Turben.

Samantha Goodwill: Honors pre-calc and AP calculus

Selena Green: Marine science or chemistry

Abigail Sell: Automotive

Rosemary Molthan: Mrs. Watrous– AP Gov.

Abigail Fralick: Mr. Kerr’s Chemistry 2 course, made me like chem.

Nathan Wright: Machining

Kendall Keener: Mr. Woods intro to psych and criminal justice

Jade Beebe: Intro to psychology

Rachel Brady: Biology 2 with Mr. Kerr

Amanda Gjertsen: Healthcare technology