Five freshman share their opinions on college

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The Class of 2020 has spent a semester at KHS, and high school has helped shape their opinions about college.

Here are some of their opinions about their future years.

Chris Moyer, freshman

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Freshman Christopher Moyer

Has your first year of high school changed your thoughts about college?

“My first year of high school showed me that I need to try harder to get into a college,” Moyer said.

Do you plan to attend a college? If so, do you plan to attend alone or with a friend?

“I plan to go to a college by myself,” Moyer said.

How are you increasing your value for colleges?

“I’m trying to get better grades to increase my value to colleges,” Moyer said.

Skyelar Herriman, freshman

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Freshman Skyelar Herriman

Has your first year of high school changed your thoughts about college?

“It showed me that I have to work a lot harder to reach my goals,” Herriman said. “Middle school was very easy. High school has been a challenge.”

Do you plan to attend a college? If so, do you plan to attend alone or with a friend?

“Yes, but I plan to ride solo,” Herriman said.

How are you increasing your value for colleges?

“I am getting more involved in the school, and I am doing more volunteer work,” Herriman said. “I’m working harder at school to get a scholarship.”

Grant Sterling, freshman

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Freshman Grant Sterling

Has your first year of high school changed your thoughts about college?

“No, not from my experience. Freshman year hasn’t been much different compared to middle school,” Sterling said. “College can’t be that bad.”

Do you plan to attend a college? If so, do you plan to attend alone or with a friend?

“College, for me, depends on if I have the money. If I start saving now, I can probably get there,” Sterling said.

How are you increasing your value for colleges?

“I try to get to school everyday,” Sterling said. “I’ll be taking journalism and will participate in Quiz Bowl to increase my value.”

Cameron Gohs, freshman

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Freshman Cameron Gohs

Has your first year of high school changed your thoughts about college?

“Not really,” Gohs said. “I never really thought about it in the first place.”

Do you plan to attend a college? If so, do you plan to attend alone or with a friend?

“I plan on going to college, but I won’t go (to a certain college) just because a friend goes,” Gohs said.

How are you increasing your value for colleges?

“I haven’t really thought about it,” Gohs said.

Gabe Mosher. freshman

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Gabe Mosher

Has your first year of high school changed your thoughts about college?

“Yes, I realized that what I wanted to be isn’t going to be a good option for me,” Mosher said.

Do you plan to attend a college? If so, do you plan to attend alone or with a friend?

“Yeah, I might go with friends. I want to pass my classes though,” Mosher said.

How are you increasing your value for colleges?

“I play sports and I try to keep my GPA high,” Mosher said.

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