Franklin High School: Student Spotlight
Esmeralda Velasco-Merida, Senior
November 29, 2018

About the student…..

Q: What are you looking forward too in life?

A: I’m looking for a good career and educated life.

Q: What are looking forward to after you graduate?

A:  I’m an early grad. I will just be working and finding out more about my career.

Q: What do you plan on doing with your career and why?

A: I plan on doing real estate because I can learn more about the community and where I live.

Q: If you could give anyone advice, what age group would you say it to and what would you say to them?

A: 17-18 year olds: find a career you love and won’t be bored of.

Q: How do you see yourself in ten years. What are you doing, where are you?

A: I see myself selling houses and helping families. Either here or in another community.

Q: Are you going to play any sports. If so, what are you going to play and for whom?

A: Soccer for entertainment.

Q: What is your dream college, why?

A: A community college, so that I can stay near town.

Q: Who has inspired you to be “you” the most and why?

A: My teachers who have helped me through my school career to where I am now.

Q: What is a skill you’d love to learn?

A: Photography.

Q: What teacher in school made the most impact on you and why?

A: My two English teachers, Mrs. Plemmons and Mrs. Allen. They understand that if I have any problems or need any help, they will give me advice.  They take stuff serious at times and other times it’s fun.”


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