Scott Agee is the son of Cliff Agee. His future plans are to go to college and work. His best memories are from prom, and his biggest influence is his dad.
Jack Ball is the son of Chris Ball and Miriam Corcino. He plans to attend the University of Iowa and major in Elementary Education. His advice to underclassmen is that you get out what you put in. His best memories were from competing in solo/ensemble every year. He says, “A big influence for me would have to be Mr. Stirling. He really pushed me in choir.”
Tyler Ball is the son of Jimmy and Martha Ball. He plans to go into a career path that involves welding after graduation. His advice to underclassmen is to always give your best effort. His best memories from high school are from homecoming and participating in sports. His coaches have influenced him during high school.
Hunter Bell is the son of Donald and Joy Bell. He plans to work after high school. His advice to underclassmen is to have fun. His best memories are going to the foods room to eat all the time. His biggest influence is Mrs. Bremer.
Jesse Bonner is the son of Jennifer and J.D. Bonner. He plans to attend IHCC and then transfer to Iowa State. His advice to underclassmen is, “Focus on your work now because messing around as an underclassman makes your life way more difficult as an upperclassman.” His best memories from high school were from “having teachers that you can joke with who will also joke around with you. It made school fun.” His biggest influences are his parents, Mrs. Bremer, and Coach Larrington.
Eli Bono is the son of Richard and Vicki Bono. He plans to attend Indian Hills Community College. His advice to underclassmen is, “You only have a few more years.” His best memories from high school are from being with friends. His family has influenced him throughout high school.
Kobe Boone is the son of Scott and Shannon Boone. He plans to continue farming after graduation. His advice to underclassmen is, “Live it while you can! Never thought I’d miss it, but once it’s over, you will!” He counts Mrs. Wilfawn as one of his biggest influences.
Daytona Bradley is the son of Chad and Angie Mathews. His future plans are to attend A.I.T. and go to college for criminal justice. His advice to underclassmen is to participate in everything you can so you don’t regret it later. His best memories from high school are from scaring Mr. Brus. His mom has been his biggest influence during high school.
Chasity Bridgeman is the daughter of April Bridgeman and Jared Bridgeman. Her plans are to eventually go to college to be a vet assistant. Her advice to underclassmen is, “Don’t fail.” Her best memories are from her art classes and early outs. Her grandma and mom are her biggest influences.
Christopher Carlberg is the son of Kevin and Crystal Carlberg. He plans to attend a university for aerospace engineering. His advice to underclassmen is, “Find a balance between your friends and your academics.” His best memories were “the day we went for ice cream in physics, Mustang Pride with Coach K., and all of the late nights at robotics.” He has been influenced by his dad during high school.
Megan Clark is the daughter of Jeffrey Clark and Amy Allen. She plans to attend Indian Hills Community College for Nursing. Her advice to underclassmen is to have fun and make the most of the time you have. Her best memories come from spending time with friends and getting to know new people. She counts Britney Bresee as one of her influences.
Aliza Collier is the daughter of Kylee and Evan Miller. She plans to attend Iowa State University for their Animal Science Program and then apply for the College of Veterinary Medicine. Her message to underclassmen is: “We have always been told, ‘this is the time of your life, don’t wish it away.’ Well, I wish I would have listened. Now as seniors, we may miss our prom and who knows where we will be by graduation. Don’t take what you have in this moment for granted it could be taken from you at any moment.” Her best memories were from cheer and state and national FFA conventions. She says of those who influenced her, “Honestly, I don’t think that I could give my credit to one person alone because there are amazing teachers in the high school who have influenced me in many ways. I can’t say my parents don’t play a part in this either because that is a lie; my parents have helped me tremendously. Also, the doctors and staff at Clearview Animal Hospital have taught me lessons no book can teach and have allowed me to become more prepared for my future.”
Destiny Davidson is the daughter of Eric and Jennifer Davidson. She plans to go to Indian Hills for two years to study business. Her advice to underclassmen is to participate as much as possible. Her best memories are from state winter guard. She counts Katy Houston and Alicia O’Dell as her biggest influences.
Jacklyn Derby is the daughter of Sondra and Derick Derby. She plans to attend IHCC in Centerville after graduation. Her advice to underclassmen is “Don’t fall asleep having any regrets for that day.”
Brett Doxtater is the son of Matt and Jodi Doxtater. His future plans include becoming a nurse. His advice to underclassmen is, “Pay attention and give 110% every time.” His best memories were from football, hanging with the bros, and school in general. Some of his biggest influences are some of his teachers from his former high school in Michigan.
Molly Duffield is the daughter of Carmen Duffield. She plans to attend Indian Hills for the nursing program. Her advice to underclassmen is to jump on the opportunities that are given during high school. Her best memories are from band and color guard competitions. She says, “My biggest influences have been my teachers. I don’t think I’ve had one teacher throughout my four years that hasn’t taught me an important life lesson.”
Jessica Early is the daughter of Kevin and Audra Early. This fall she plans to attend the Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) for her first two years of school to obtain her Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree. She will also enter into the Nursing Partnership - RN to BSN 3+1 completion program through The University of Iowa to achieve her Bachelor’s in Science and Nursing. Her advice to underclassmen is to push through the hard times; it’s all worth it. Her best memories come from homecoming.
Seth Emmons is the son of Darwin and Tracy Emmons. He plans to study Criminal Justice at IHCC. His advice is to join a lot of sports and clubs. His best memories are from Homecoming. He has been influenced by Coach K.
Chloee Essary is the daughter of Jason and Darcie Essary. Her plans after high school are to work and get her own place. Her message to underclassmen is this: “My graduating class had so much taken away from us because of this virus. We never realized how much things like prom would actually mean until they were practically gone. So don’t take anything for granted; enjoy things while they’re there.” Her best memories from high school are having real conversations with her teachers, “conversations where we could actually connect as human beings instead of them reminding me that I’m the child and they’re the adult.” Mrs. Chaplin was one of her biggest influences.
William Farley is the son of Joel and Crystal Farley. He plans to work an apprenticeship from A+ Services after graduation. His advice to underclassmen is “to put effort in on your schoolwork and go out for as many activities as you can.” His best memories are from bowling meets, practices, and bus rides. His parents and Zach Bedford have been big influences on his last four years.
Grace Fleming is the daughter of Chad and Mitzi Fleming. She will attend Simpson College to study Accounting in the fall. Her advice to underclassmen is to set high goals and never give up as you strive to achieve them. One of her best memories is spending time setting up for prom during her junior year with her classmates. She says of her influences, “My parents have been a true inspiration to me throughout my high school career. They have always supported me and pushed me to be the best I can be in everything that I do.”
Jace Forsythe is the son of Rusty and Kara Forsythe. His future plans are to live life and make money. His advice is don’t take people or things for granted, and his best memories are making projects in classes.
Milan Forsythe is the son of Rusty and Kara Forsythe. His future plans are to work construction. His advice to underclassmen is show up and learn. His best memories are from sports and friends, and his friends have been his biggest influence throughout high school.
Paige Frymoyer is the daughter of Heather Newland and Steven Frymoyer. In the fall, she plans to attend Indian Hills Community College to get her Applied Sciences degree. She hopes to get into the Dental Assisting Program to eventually further her education in Dental Hygiene. She says, “The best advice I could give the underclassmen is to never wish it away. I was always one to wish high school away and now that the last month and a half was taken from me due to the coronavirus, I’ve never wanted it more. Have fun and enjoy every minute before it’s gone.” Her best memories of high school are from dances, homecoming, and making memories with friends that will last a lifetime. Paige says, “Mrs. Mason has influenced me the most over the last four years. Not only for being my teacher, but one of my biggest supporters through some of the hardest times.”
Clayton Garmon is the son of Gary and Jesi Garmon and Katie Garmon and Brad Wagoner. He plans to attend the University of Iowa for Mechanical Engineering with a focus in Aerospace. His advice to underclassmen is to get involved in whatever you want to be in and have no regrets. His best memories have come from sports and extracurricular activities with his friends. He has been influenced by the teachers and coaches who have taught and guided him.
Adrian Gomez is the son of Michelle Jackson. He plans to join the workforce after graduation. His advice to underclassmen is to have fun. His best memories are from wrestling, and his coaches have influenced him.
Taylor Gonzalez is the granddaughter of Paul Kennedy.
Ashlyn Gooden is the daughter of Travis and Charity Gooden. She plans to attend Indian Hills Community College to receive her Animal Science degree. Her advice to underclassmen is to “never give up on things you want! No matter how hard things may get, you can always achieve your goals!” Her best memories from high school came from playing sports and participating in clubs and activities with great friends. She says her older sister has always influenced her to achieve her goals and do what she loves to do.
Jaiden Grooms is the son of Jeremiah Grooms and Peggy Simmers. He plans to work in construction after graduation. His advice to underclassmen is to live your high school days to the max and enjoy your time being a Mustang while it lasts. His best memories are from Mr. Hill’s Iowa Science class. He has been influenced by Mr. Hill, Mrs. Mason, and Mr. Nelson throughout high school.
Phillip Hager is the son of Craig and Pat Rudd. He plans to work at Vermeer after graduation. His advice to underclassmen is to take school seriously because without a diploma, you’re limited to where you’re able to work. His best memories from high school are from homecomings. His biggest influence has been from Mr. Graves.
Gabe Hatcher is the son of Justin Umphress and Kerry Sokolik. He plans to work with diesel machines after graduation. His advice to underclassmen is to work hard and keep good grades. His best memories are from hanging out with friends, and he has been influenced by his mom.
Riley Heller is the son of Ross and Sandra Heller. He plans to attend Concordia St. Paul and play football in the fall. His advice to underclassmen is, “Show up and do what’s asked of you.” His best memories are of sports and activities. He has been influenced by his upperclassmen friends, teachers, and coaches over the years.
Noah Hess is the son of Brad Scheve and Telethia Hess. He plans to complete an electrician apprenticeship after graduation. His advice to underclassmen is, “Try your hardest in school. It might be boring now, but it will all pay off in the end.” His best memories are from going to welding class and meeting people. His mom has been his biggest influence.
Caden Hill is the son of Josh and Emily Hill. He will attend Dordt University for their Professional Technologies program and play football. His advice to underclassmen is, “Listen to your teachers and coaches no matter what. Respect EVERYONE.” His best memories are the hours spent at practice through all sports and also hours of bus rides to and from games with the teams. He has been influenced by Shane Blake, Jim Nelson, and Mick Kauzlarich over the years.
Ariel Johnson is the daughter of Olen and Donna Johnson. She will attend Indian Hills Community College for the Culinary Arts program. Her advice to underclassmen is to do your work and stay on track, but at the same time have some fun. Her best memories are seeing her friends and having the best teachers. She credits all of her teachers for influencing her throughout high school.
Allison Jones is the daughter of Max and Nichole Jones. She plans to attend the University of Iowa to major in Nursing. Her advice to underclassmen is “I know high school is long, but it will fly by. Make sure to enjoy it and have fun.” Her best memories are from bus rides with the band and queen of the court with the tennis team. Coach Skaggs and Coach Utt have always pushed her to do her best academically and physically.
Jacob Knobloch is the son of Virgil and Katrina Knobloch. He plans to farm after graduation. His advice to underclassmen is, “When school gets tough just put your nose to the grindstone and keep pushing. Life can be rough sometimes, and school also, but it does get better.” His best memories are from Indian Hills Welding.
Cody Kulmatycki is the son of Linda Kulmatycki and Jeff and Julie Kulmatycki. He plans to work various places and take a few classes after graduation. His advice to underclassmen is, “Be kind and do your best in class.” His best memories are from his junior prom, art class, work experience, and lunch. Terri McDougall has influenced him during high school.
Kaitlynn Larrington is the daughter of Travis and Robin Larrington. She plans to attend Indian Hills Community College. Her advice to underclassmen is, “Don’t be afraid to try something new, go to games and support your Mustangs showing school spirit, those are memories you’ll remember forever.” Her favorite memories from high school are from state and national FFA Convention, bowling, cheering at football and basketball games, and homecoming. Her family has influenced her most throughout her high school years.
Brett Lough is the daughter of Blake and Leslie Lough. She plans to attend Indian Hills for the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program. Her advice is, “Wherever you go, whatever you do, go and do with a big heart.” Her favorite memories are being able to play sports with her younger sister, Briley, and being part of Dave’s Convicts. Her mom and dad have influenced her the most throughout high school.
McKenzie Marsh is the daughter of Jessica Garmon. Her future plans include furthering her nursing career. Her advice is, “Don’t ever give up and do your best!” Her favorite memories are from school activities, and she has been influenced by her teachers and other school employees.
Miles Menster is the son of Scott Menster and Jessica Menster. He plans to attend the University of Iowa to study Engineering. His advice to underclassmen is, “Don’t be afraid to ask for advice and always try your best in everything that you do.” His best memories are from sports and spending time with friends. He has been influenced by all of his coaches and teachers.
Gabbie Mobley is the daughter of Regina Bridgeman. She plans to work after graduation. Her advice to underclassmen is to enjoy it while it lasts. Her best memories are from “being on the track and bowling teams. It made me get closer to some friends and I had a lot of fun.” Her biggest influence is Mr. Graves.
Phoebe Moore is the daughter of Ron and Jennifer Moore. She plans to study Pharmacy at the University of Iowa. Her advice to underclassmen is, “Do what makes you happy! Get involved and enjoy these years!” Her best memories have been from Homecomings, and her parents have influenced her the most over the years.
Caleb Morrissey is the son of John and Christy Morrissey. He plans to attend Indian Hills in the fall. His best memories are from prom his freshman year. He has been influenced by Mrs. McCoy and Mrs. Blozovich throughout high school.
Malia Penrod is the daughter of Eric and Shellie Penrod. She will be shipping off to Navy basic training soon. Her advice to underclassmen is to respect upper classmen. Her best memories are from football games, and she says she has been influenced by all the staff. They are all super amazing.
Kaden Porter is the daughter of Jason and Sarah Porter. She will attend the University of Iowa to study pre-pharmacy. Her advice to underclassmen is, “Get involved! Also, do your work, but don’t stress over it too much.” Her best memories in high school come from building relationships by being involved in sports and clubs. She says of those who influenced her, “Of course my friends and family have always had a big influence on my life. However, in the last four years one of the most influential people to me has been Mrs. Mason. I was fortunate to have her in the classroom and as a volleyball coach for three years each. She has taught me several valuable life skills, and I am grateful for the relationship I have been able to build with her the last four years.”
Samantha Potter is the daughter of Sarah Potter. Her future plans include joining the military as a trauma surgeon. Her advice to underclassmen is to work hard and enjoy as many different activities as they can. Some of her best memories are from winter formal, prom, and after prom activities. She also enjoyed all of the time she spent in the art room getting to know other students. She says, “All of my teachers have greatly influenced me in the past four years. I gained a close relationship with a few of them, and I will miss all of the chats that I have had with each of them.”
Brock Prevo is the son of Brian and Lesa Prevo. His plans after graduation are to work.
Elizabeth Roberts is the daughter of Teila Roberts and Heath Furtwangler. Her future plans are to go to college. Her advice to underclassmen is, “Make sure you do your work before you go and hang out with friends and make sure you keep your grades up and go to school every day.” Her best memories are from track meets and homecoming. Her grandma has been her biggest influence.
Gerald Rupe is the nephew of Mike McCall. His future plans are undecided at this time. His advice to underclassmen is to do as many activities in school as you can because before you know it, it will be all over. His best memory is the Homecoming football game when we beat Albia. His biggest influence has come from his Uncle Mike.
Taylor Rush is the daughter of Matt and Stephanie Rush. She plans to attend Indian Hills and become a social worker. Her advice is to always make time for the things you love to do. Taylor’s best memories are from being a cheerleader. Her parents have been her biggest influence throughout high school.
Hannah Schooley is the daughter of Roman and Elizabeth Schooley. She plans to attend IHCC for the dental hygiene program. Her message to underclassmen is, “If I could go back to my freshman year self, there are so many things I would tell myself, one of those things is enjoy it. Soak in every moment, the all-nighters, early mornings, and random Walmart trips. These four years will fly by and when it’s over, you can’t get it back. One of the most important things in high school is stepping outside your comfort zone.” Her best memories are being able to participate in Davis County sports and feeling the support from her friends, classmates and community. In return, she enjoyed being able to do the same and support her friends and classmates at football, in the gym, and also the theater. Her influences have come from her entire family.
Alysa Shirkey is the daughter of Beau and Kerri Shirkey and Shannon and Seth Weaver. Her future plans are to attend AIT to become a combat medic. Her advice to underclassmen is, “Don’t take things for granted. I wished for school to just end and then the end of our senior year got taken away from us.” Her best memories are going to basketball and football games with her friends.
Jadon Short is the son of Curtis and Kelly Short. He plans to move to the Christian Opportunity Center in Pella. His advice is to enjoy school and make the most of it. Be kind and respectful to everyone you meet. Jadon’s best memories came from being in the classroom and being around classmates. His paraeducator, Stevie Patrick, has been his biggest influence. “It has been so nice to have one aid my whole high school career. I really enjoyed every day I got to spend with her for the past five years.”
Bryson Sines is the son of Tiffany Norman. He plans for join the workforce after graduation. His advice to underclassmen is to study hard. His biggest influence has been Mr. Nelson, and his best memories are from spending study halls in Mr. Nelson’s class.
Beau Small is the son of Randy and Connie Small. He plans to attend Hawkeye Community College to compete on the bowling team. His advice to underclassmen is to enjoy high school while you can. His best memories are going to State Bowling and all the fun bus rides during sports. He credits all of his teachers and coaches for being supportive and helpful.
Jessica Smalley is the daughter of Stan and Mary Smalley and Pamella and James Gunter. Her plans are to become a vet tech, go into the military, or become a CNA. Her advice is to do your best and get involved. Jessica’s best memories are from FFA, track, homecoming and basketball. She also enjoyed teaming up with another girl to playfully pick on Mr. Nelson. Her sisters, Julie and Raechel, have influenced her during high school.
Luke Snyder is the son of Scott Snyder and Jennifer Snyder. He plans to major in accounting with a minor in Computer Science at Central College in Pella. His advice to underclassmen is, “Don’t take the memories with your classmates for granted.” His best memories from high school are from homecoming week. He has been influenced by his parents and the teachers he has gotten to know every year during his time in high school.
Sophie Spargur is the daughter of Tony and Jennifer Spargur. She plans to attend Hawkeye Community College in the fall. Her best memories come from homecoming week and competing in sports with friends.
Shawn Stephenson is the son of Tim and Kim Stephenson. He plans to attend IHCC to get his CDL. He would also like to do his EMT training in the future. His advice to underclassmen is to never give up. His best memories are from hanging out in the band room with the other percussionists. His biggest influences have been Mrs. Breitsprecher, Mr. Mason, Mr. Joel Brus, and Mr. Rasmussen.
Jeffrey Stevens is the son of Grady and Wendy Stevens.
Matthew Stouthammer is the son of Josh Wilson and Amanda Stouthammer. He plans to become an automotive technician. His advice to underclassmen is, “Showing up is half the battle.” His best memories have been from government with Mrs. Herr, and his Grandma has influenced him over the last four years.
Kassidy Stremler is the daughter of Dave and Tricia Stremler. She plans to attend the University of Northern Iowa to major in Elementary Education and minor in Foreign Language. Her advice is, “Don’t forget to stop and give yourself a moment to breathe. Life moves fast, and it’s easy to miss.” Her best memories are competing in color guard with the DCHS band and winning third place at the Iowa State Dance Team Association State Solo Guard competition. She says of her influences, “Mrs. Mason for always being the best catalyst for debates in A.P. and Comp. and inspiring my love for travel, and my mother for always being the best supporter and constructive critic I have, as well as drama director, speech coach, solo guard co-choreographer, and everything else.”
Kolton Stremler is the son of Dave and Tricia Stremler. He plans on attending the University of Iowa to double major in Cinema and Theater Arts. His advice to underclassmen is, “Everyone has a different high school experience, and that’s nothing to be ashamed of. If you try too hard to make it special, it’ll be over before you can start. So make it your own.” His best memories were from any and all competitions and games and being around his friends. He says, “My parents have significantly influenced me. My mother pushes me to be the best I can be in my activities. She also helped me realize my passion.”
Brody Thompson is the son of Wendy Thompson and Rod Thompson. His future plan is to be a welder for Winger Mechanical. His advice to underclassmen is to take the opportunity to choose classes that you’ll enjoy. It will make your days more fun. His best memories are from bowling and Homecoming weeks. Mrs. Herr has influenced him during high school.
Jaycee Townsend is the daughter of Josh and Tara Townsend. She plans to continue her nursing career at IHCC and then transfer to the University of Iowa to study anesthesia. Her advice to others is, “Don’t be afraid to get out there and try new things. Get out of your comfort zone. Sit in the student section, go to the football game, and participate in the dress up days. Get out there and experience high school.” Her best memories from high school were from Mustang Pride Day her freshman year, and she has been influenced by Mr. Graves, Mr. Evans, and Mr. Rasmussen.
Kaleb Wagler is the son of Jason and Mandy Wagler. He plans to attend college to play baseball and study computer networking. His best memories are from his junior year baseball season. His biggest influence is his pitching coach Doug Thompson.
Kaitlyn Wallace is the daughter of Angela and Charles Wallace. Her plans after high school are to attend William Penn University to double major in psychology and human services. She would like to eventually earn a Master’s Degree in Psychology with plans of attending med school after. Her overall goal is to obtain a doctorate in psychology to become a psychiatrist. Her advice to incoming freshmen is, “Don’t come into high school with the same mindset you had in middle school. Embrace the changes you will have to go through, but remember that everyone else around you is going through the exact same thing as well. You’ll connect with all sorts of people of all ages as you experience those different types of changes.” Her best memories are from football games, especially around homecoming and all the different types of activities. “I also love when teachers get involved with the students as well, such as a few different dodgeball and volleyball tournaments we’ve had over the years,” she said. She has been influenced by Mr. Rasmussen and Mrs. Mason throughout high school.
Sarah Westercamp is the daughter of Mike and Annette Westercamp. She plans to attend Southwest Baptist University to study Music Education. Her advice to underclassmen is to go out for new activities even if it is something they don’t think they’d be interested in. She also says, “A lot of my best memories stem from band. Whether it be getting to see people on early mornings or on late night band trips. I also enjoyed being able to participate in the photography class for both semesters. It was great to learn something different from the core classes.” Her parents have influenced her the most. Sarah says, “They are such huge supporters for what I do. And I know I would not be where I am today without them. Everything they have done has been special, and I appreciate it very much.”
Stacy Wetterich is the daughter of Greg and Janis Wetterich. She plans to attend the College of Design at Iowa State University for graphic design. Her advice to underclassmen is to “get involved and make the most out of every moment!” She says, “My best memories were in the sports I was involved in. My favorite was track and the successful seasons I had with my teammates.” Her parents have been her biggest influence.
Andrew Wiley is the son of Dorothy Irons and Weston Wiley. He plans to attend Indian Hills Community College in the fall.
Katherine Wiley is the daughter of Natasha and Brain Schafer. She plans to attend Indian Hills Community College to become a paramedic. Her advice to underclassmen is, “You have to give respect to get respect. Nobody owes you anything. Listen to your teachers, don’t take them for granted and get your work done.” She said her best memories are “meeting all the people I did, sophomore and junior years of volleyball, tennis seasons, and Ag 1 and 2 classes.” She has been influenced by her mom and says, “I couldn’t have made it without her.”
Logan Williams is the son of Harry and Janita Williams. He plans to attend Hawkeye Community College after graduation. His advice to underclassmen is to listen and pay attention. His best memories from high school are from welding and track. His dad and two best friends Devin Williams and Lonnie Fine have influenced him most during high school.
Cammie Wuthrich is the daughter of Montie and Amy Wuthrich. She plans to attend DMACC and transfer to Iowa State to earn a degree in Agriculture Education. She would like to tell underclassmen, “When you are thinking about joining a club, trying out for an activity, or participating in a sport, don’t hesitate! High school goes by way to fast and you might not get that opportunity again.” Her best memories are from her involvement in FFA: going on trips, meeting new people, the Garth Brooks concert, and getting lost going to a honey farm in Indiana while at National FFA Convention. She has been influenced by her family throughout high school and says, “They encouraged me to be myself and I did just that by trying different things and getting involved.”
Elise Wuthrich is the daughter of Chad and Meleia Wuthrich. She plans to attend Kirkwood Community College for their nursing program. Her advice to underclassmen is “don’t be afraid to get judged.” Her best memories were from her freshman, sophomore, and junior years of Homecoming. She says, “All of my teachers have influenced me. They all do it in different ways, but they gave me life lessons I will take with me throughout college and life.”
Harrison Birkner is the son of Jeffrey and Angela Birkner. Harrison was home educated and was active in the DCHS Robotics Club, his church youth group, and was a student of the piano and ukulele. You may also have seen Harrison sharing his talent as a sandwich artist at Subway. In addition, Harrison has been enrolled in the IHCC Computer Software Development program in which he anticipates receiving his A.A.S. degree in Summer ’21. Harrison’s brothers, Justin and Jaden, have been most influential in his life. His most memorable high school experiences were the regional robotics competition and securing an internship at Principal Financial. Harrison’s advice to younger students is to enroll in IHCC classes while in high school. “It is financially advantageous and gives you a taste of careers that may interest you,” he said.
Jaryn Froah is the 18-year-old daughter of Matthew and Shari Froah. She is home educated and dual-enrolled at the Davis County High School. She enjoyed participating in choir, drama club, speech competitions, and the annual high school play. Jaryn’s favorite high school memories include competing in speech with her friends and playing the role of Belle her senior year in the DCHS Drama Club’s production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. A piece of advice she would give younger students is, “Don’t put yourself in a box. Always look for opportunities to step out of your comfort zone and try something new.” Jaryn plans to attend Indian Hills Community College in the fall to study Public Relations/Communications.
Elizabeth Ann Parks is the daughter of Brett and Laura Ellis. She has been home schooled for the past nine years, starting in fourth grade. One of her favorite parts of high school was all of the field trips offered, especially ice skating, bowling, and our yearly visits to the local pumpkin patch. Science was a subject that she loved. In her junior and senior years she attended classes at Indian Hills Community College to work toward earning her AA degree in Psychology. Her long-term goal is to work in behavioral health with children.