Senior of the Month: Christina Becher


Levi Bettinger

September 2022 Senior of the Month, Christina Becher.

Jamiel Freed, Staffer

1.How do you feel about being a senior?

-Being a senior is such a crazy feeling. Time really did fly by! But I am extremely happy to be on my last year and excited to see what my future brings.

2.How do you feel about being Senior of the Month?

-I am beyond grateful to know my hard work is being noticed and rewarded. This acknowledgement is an extremely special award to me.

3.What do you want to do after you graduate?

-I will attend a four-year college of my choice where I will major in Health Science and then obtain an advanced practitioner’s degree as a Physicians Assistant.

4.What piece of advice would you give to underclassmen?

-If I could give advice to an underclassmen I’d tell them to go out of their comfort zone. Join many clubs, talk to someone you usually don’t, participate in class, go support at sporting events, and truly take in every high school moment.

5.Best memory of senior year so far?

-The senior’s winning sweeping the underclassmen in all of the homecoming events.

6.Favorite thing to do outside of school?

-Spending quality time with my friends and family is extremely important to me and something I truly enjoy.

7.Who is someone you look up to?

-My mother, Theresa Becher, is someone I look up to. She works incredibly hard both at work and at home, without a complaint. I hope that in the future I can be as successful as she is and have her strength.