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Senior Sunday: Sarah Conley

Terrance Springer
Conley smiles for a photo in Huron High School.

Q: What is your name and what grade are you in?

A: My name is Sarah Conley and I’m a senior.


Q: Tell me a little about yourself and things you do in and out of school?

A: I run cross country and I do marching band. I like to hang out with my friends, do homework, and watch football games.


Q: Out of all your clubs, extracurriculars, and sports, which one is your favorite and why?

A: You guys should all join the Huron for Homelessness Club. We meet every other Monday. Shout out to the boar – we’re great! Other than that, I’d say running. It makes me less stressed and that’s something you need as a senior.


Q: What is your favorite Huron event? (Multi Culti, Pep Rally, Homecoming, etc)

A: The football games! We’re so hype and the marching band is amazing. We hit our dots every single time and it’s insane. No one knows what hit them.


Q: Where is your favorite spot at Huron and what do you like about it?

A: The track. I spend all my time there so I kind of have to like it.


Q: What is your favorite high school memory?

A: Homecoming. We had a lot of fun.


Q: Who is one of your favorite teachers and why?

A: Weirdly Mr. Collins, because when he’s not teaching chemistry, he’s the funniest person ever.


Q:  Which of the classes that you’ve taken is your favorite and why?

A: My favorite class that I’ve ever taken was APUSH. The class was really funny and we never actually did work in the class. It was hard but we just talked the whole hour. It was a nice break.


Q: What are you thinking of doing after high school?

A: I want to go to college to become a chemical engineer. If I had to give you three top choices for colleges, I’d say Carnegie Mellon, University of Michigan, or Purdue.


Q: What is something you’d redo throughout your high school experience if you could start over?

A: I’d say join more clubs my freshman year even though we were virtual, because I feel like I should’ve been more involved. 


Q: What piece of advice would you give to the underclassmen?

A: Don’t let it get away from you too early because you’ll regret it when you’re applying to colleges.


Q: What is a hot take of yours?

A: Breakfast food is disgusting and I hate all of it. That’s just not my vibe.


Q: What will you miss most about high school?

A: How connected it is. In college no one talks to people [they] don’t know, like they’re all spread apart. But here you’re forced to talk to people, so you make friends.

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