Senior Spotlight: Olivia Rivera
Interviewed By: Kaley Toth Social Media Communications
During high school, what was your favorite memory? My favorite memory was going to most of the basketball games my junior year. The basketball team was really good that year and the student section had a lot of people that went all out in the theme and had good school spirit.
Looking back, would you change anything or do anything differently throughout your high school career? If I were to change one thing about my high school career I would’ve tried to be more involved. For example, go to more football games, go out for volleyball, and join more clubs.
What are your plans after graduating? After I graduate from high school I am planning on going to YSU for elementary education.
What advice would you give to an underclassman about high school? I would tell them to get more involved in sports, clubs, and out of school activities. I would also tell them to just be themselves and don’t try to impress or even change for anyone.
What was the best high school experience you had throughout the years? My best high school experience was during my junior year. I was voted Homecoming Queen and made some good friends that year with some of the seniors. Also, going to the basketball games with them was a lot of fun.
Now, that you are almost graduated do you wish high school went slower? It’s crazy to think that I’m already a senior. It feels like yesterday I was starting 4th grade and my first day at Lowellville. I do wish high school could go slower just so I can enjoy it more.
If you could describe high school in one word what would it be? Growth