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Senior Profiles

Have you met our Seniors?

We will be featuring weekly profiles of our seniors through the end of the year. Get to know each of them, likes, memories of MHA, what they have learned, and who has influenced them most. We’ll be profiling each alphabetically so watch here for more…

Brendan Weber

Keith Zupancic

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Keith: 1 year.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Keith: Psalms 5:3.

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Keith: That I pushed myself to try new things and start AP classes.

Me: Briefly share a memory from a trip/tour you’ve taken while at MHA.

Keith: When I went on Senior Survival and had to sleep outside and eat ramen almost every day. It also helped me grow closer to God.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with the Class of 2018?

Keith: Winning the championship at Union.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Keith: Mr. Kyle Berg has made an impact. I feel like I work hard and Mr. Berg notices that and pushed me to become better and I have grown because of that.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Keith: I enjoyed Psychology because it pushed to be more responsible and it was an interesting class.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Keith: How we always come together in the end.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Keith: Always having someone to talk to.

Me: What advice would you give to future senior classes?

Keith: Take every opportunity to try new things and participate in everything.

Thank you, Keith!

Kaylin Zupancic

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Kaylin: 1 year.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Kaylin: Ephesians 2:10.

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Kaylin: My grades.

Me: Briefly share a memory from a trip/tour you’ve taken while at MHA.

Kaylin: Senior survival. This made me grow as a person in may ways. I got closer to my friends and God.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with the Class of 2018?

Kaylin: Junk Scramble. It was so fun for all of us.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Kaylin: Mrs. Venteicher helped me figure out what I want to do and she helped me through my classes.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Kaylin: Anatomy and Physiology because I want to be a nurse and I’m so happy I can start learning about anatomy before college.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Kaylin: Everyone is super welcoming.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Kaylin: Basketball games.

Me: What advice would you give to future senior classes?

Kaylin: Go on every trip you can because if you don’t you may regret it.

Thank you, Kaylin!

Benjamin Watson

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Benjamin: 5 years.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Benjamin: Isaiah 41:10.

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Benjamin: That I was with the soccer team all 5 years. In eighth grad I got to be manager and then I worked hard and got better and Junior and Senior years I got to be starting center defender. The hard work payed off.

Me: Briefly share a memory from a trip/tour you’ve taken while at MHA.

Benjamin: This year at high school retreat at GVR we were given time to go out on our own to be with God. Most stayed close by but I walked out, found the highest point I could get to, and then I climbed up the rocks and just sat up there in silence talking to God. It really helped me refocus to start the school year.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with the Class of 2018?

Benjamin: Going to Glenwood Springs together.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Benjamin: Mr. Weber helped teach me how to have a balance with everything and what it means to be a man.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Benjamin: AP Literature. It helped me to realize I can write well and I enjoyed the reading and the trip to Europe.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Benjamin: The small school allows for a bond with everyone and you can feel comfortable with everyone.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Benjamin: The people I leave behind.

Me: What advice would you give to future senior classes?

Benjamin: Appreciate your time, don’t be in a hurry to leave, there is too much to enjoy here to pass over and rush to your future.

Thank you, Benjamin!

Austin Walangitan

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Austin: 9 years.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Austin: Romans 12:12.

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Austin: I’m proud of all the time I’ve spent at Mile High Academy.

Me: Briefly share a memory from a trip/tour you’ve taken while at MHA.

Austin: Music trip to Chicago, IL/Michigan in 2017.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with the Class of 2018?

Austin: Music Festival 2018.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Austin: Mr. Berg taugt us about how to be nice to everyone and I like the way he teaches his classes.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Austin: World History taught by Mr. Weber. This class was taught through really fun ways that got me listening.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Austin: It is a good, small size where you can easily know everyone and make friends easily.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Austin: EVERYTHING.

Me: What advice would you give to future senior classes?

Austin: Act as a leader, set an example for the other classes.

Thank you, Austin!

Griffin Verrill

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Griffin: 3 years.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Griffin: Psalms 27:4.

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Griffin: Winning the championship at Union basketball tournament.

Me: Briefly share a memory from a trip/tour you’ve taken while at MHA.

Griffin: Going to Walla Walla soccer tournament my sophomore year and losing every game. That was a learning experience.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with the Class of 2018?

Griffin: Senior survival.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Griffin: Mr. Howard has been a big influence because he challenges you to think and decide who you are.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Griffin: Statistics because it was a class with Mr. Howard and it was the class I learned the most from.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Griffin: We have small classes and teachers that care for each individual.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Griffin: I will miss the sports.

Me: What advice would you give to future senior classes?

Griffin: Get off your phone and talk to people.

Thank you, Griffin!

Derwin Suyatno

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Derwin: 4 years.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Derwin: Romans 8:38.

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Derwin: I am proud of the way I’ve grown mentally, socially, physically, and spiritually.

Me: Briefly share a memory from a trip/tour you’ve taken while at MHA.

Derwin: In my sophomore year, VOCE went on a music tour to Washington DC. We had the opportunity to go to the Holocaust Museum. After going though it, it strengthened and motivated me to stand up and work for justice.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with the Class of 2018?

Derwin: My favorite memory with the Class of 2018 was hiking a 14’er with them. We pushed each other to our limit and spent quality time talking and reflecting on the past.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Derwin: Leandro Bizama has been an amazing example in my life. He has taught me to love God and my fellow neighbor as myself, and to live my life to the fullest every single day.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Derwin: I appreciated taking psychology. It helped me understand those around me from a different light..

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Derwin: MHA is life family. From the principal to the janitors and everything in between, we treat each other with love and respect.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Derwin: I will miss the comfort and security they gave me.

Me: What advice would you give to future senior classes?

Derwin: Live by Proverbs 3:5,6. In every situation in life, go to God. Whether for school, relationships, or work, rely on God and God alone.

Thank you, Derwin!

Mason Schmidt

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Mason: 5 years.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Mason: Proverbs 27:17.

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Mason: Making friends I can rely on.

Me: Briefly share a memory from a trip/tour you’ve taken while at MHA.

Mason: Robotics trip because it introduces you to a new kind of fun and senior class trip because of the people.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with the Class of 2018?

Mason: Senior survival even though by the end we were dean tired. Baseball season!

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Mason: Mr. Bizama, Mr. Weber, Mr. Howard, they have all been very helpful over the years.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Mason: Robotics mainly because it follows my interests.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Mason: Everyone’s honest personalities.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Mason: The friends I’ve made and the times we’ve had together.

Me: What advice would you give to future senior classes?

Mason: Have fun and stay focused.

Thank you, Mason!

Blake Rippe

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Blake: 6 years.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Blake: Matthew 18:3

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Blake: The friends that I have made and our sports teams’ accomplishments.

Me: Briefly share a memory from a trip/tour you’ve taken while at MHA.

Blake: In sophomore year we went to Washington DC and we would stay up and lau and talk us guys. It helped me understand people’s background and helped me accept people for who they are.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with the Class of 2018?

Blake: Senior class trip.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Blake: Mr. Howard has been a big influence on my life. He has told me how it is and he is real with me. He made me think and laugh and has helped me grow into a man.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Blake: Math class because they have all challenged me in a positive way.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Blake: That we are like a family.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Blake: All my friends and the sports.

Me: What advice would you give to future senior classes?

Blake: Enjoy, eat out, laugh, and don’t hold yourself back.

Thank you, Blake!

Sydney Lolini Ramsey

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Sydney: 1 years.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Sydney: Joshua 1:9

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Sydney: Being Tongan.

Me: Briefly share a memory from a trip/tour you’ve taken while at MHA.

Sydney: Memories that brought me and my friends closer together.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with the Class of 2018?

Sydney: Getting ready to graduate.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Sydney: Mr. Howard has had a positive impact and Mr. Bizama has had an impact on everyone at the school in a spiritual way.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Sydney: Sewing with Mrs. Eno and Bible/Choir with Bizama.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Sydney: The diversity.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Sydney: Friends + Fellowship, Patty, Kiyana, Sara and Company.

Me: What advice would you give to future senior classes?

Sydney: Be a humble leader.

Thank you, Sydney!

Molly Moore

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Molly: 4 years.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Molly: Proverbs 31:30

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Molly: Freshman year I won the Computer Apps award.

Me: Briefly share a memory from a trip/tour you’ve taken while at MHA.

Molly: Camping at the Grand Canyon for choir trip. It helped me get to know more people and it was a lot of fun.

Me: What is your favoirte memory of time spent with the Class of 2018?

Molly: My favorite memory with my class is junior year when we took turns riding the dollies down ramps at the school. It was so much fun.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Molly: Mr. Weber always tells the greatest stories about life and his classes have taught me a ton.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Molly: I appreciated taking Foundations of Literature because Mrs. Eno taught me a lot and we wrote poems and did skits and other stuff.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Molly: Everybody looks out for each other and treats you like a brother/sister.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Molly: Hanging out with my friends every single day.

Me: What advice would you give to future senior classes?

Molly: Live in the moment, senior year passes by quickly.

Thank you, Molly!

Mark Martinez

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Mark: 5 years.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Mark: Jeremiah 29:11

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Mark: The spiritual guidance.

Me: Briefly share a memory from a trip/tour you’ve taken while at MHA.

Mark: Senior survival climbing the 14’er

Me: What is your favoirte memory of time spent with the Class of 2018?

Mark: Senior Survival!

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Mark: Mr. Weber has impacted me in a way that I can truly see Jesus in him whether it is in the classroom or in sports.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Mark: Junior Bible.  I appreciated this class because I could see how much Bizama knew his Bible and how passionate he was about sharing the word.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Mark: We have very small classes.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Mark: Mr. Weber as a teacher and mentor.

Me: What advice would you give to future senior classes?

Mark: Have fun!

Thank you, Mark!

Sinwoo Lee

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Sinwoo: 3 years.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Sinwoo: Micah 6:8

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Sinwoo: Being yearbook editor.

Me: Briefly share a memory from a trip/tour you’ve taken while at MHA.

Sinwoo: Senior survival was kind of hard. It was cold. I got sick and lost my phone. However, I also took really nice star photos. I learned what it is to be a senior and it was my first camping experience in my life. So it was hard but meaningful.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Sinwoo: Mr. Berg because somehow, I have almost twice as many classes with him than other teachers. So I have spent more time with him. We talk a lot and also he helped me a lot.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Sinwoo: Bible.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Sinwoo: It is small.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Sinwoo: The community.

Thank you, Sinwoo!

Khoa Le

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Khoa: 2.7 years.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Khoa: Hebrews 13:2

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Khoa: Getting to know everyone.

Me: Briefly share a memory from a trip/tour you’ve taken while at MHA.

Khoa: Music fest was fun because I got to meet new people. Soccer tournament was fun because I spent more quality time with my friends.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with your class of 2018?

Khoa: Music fest and basketball tournament.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Khoa: Mr. Berg helped me with my essays. Mr. Howard helped me with math classes.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Khoa: Geometry because it was easy class.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Khoa: The friends.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Khoa: Friends and the teachers I’ve had.

Me: What advice would you give future senior classes?

Khoa: Stay positive, Love nice, Don’t forget me, Enjoy your last year and don’t waste it, If you ever struggle flick me a call.

Thank you, Khoa!

Jaeden Harris

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Jaeden: 5 years.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Jaeden: John 15:5

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Jaeden: Winning the championship for basketball this year.

Me: Briefly share a memory from a trip/tour you’ve taken while at MHA.

Jaeden: My freshman year, going to music fest for band helped me learn more about myself and was the foundation of my relationship with God.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with your class of 2018?

Jaeden: In 8th grade when we stole Brendan’s pop-tarts and blamed it on Shawn.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Jaeden: Mr. Bizama helped guide my life and lead me to God.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Jaeden: I appreciated Bible class because not many schools have that the way we do it.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Jaeden: The fact that we are a Christian school makes us unique.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Jaeden: I will miss my friends.

Me: What advice would you give future senior classes?

Jaeden: Make a better effort to make friend with the underclassmen. They look up to you.

Thank you, Jaeden!

Diana Guerrero

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Diana: 10 years.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Diana: Joshua 1:9

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Diana: What makes me proud of MHA is how open minded the community, accepting.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with your class of 2018?

Diana: Senior Survival.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Diana: Mr. Bizama. He guided me through life struggles and through that made my relationship with God stronger.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Diana: Junior Bible Class. We had many meaningful discussions and lessons that impacted my life in a positive way.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Diana: What makes MHA so unique is the small but open minded community. Everyone is accepted and fits in with any friend group.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Diana: After graduating I will miss my teachers the most.

Me: What advice would you give future senior classes?

Diana: The advice I would give to future seniors is to try hard in classes but also be social and make good memories.

Thank you, Diana!

Ashley Gonzalez

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Ashley: 6 years.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Ashley: Revelation 22:5

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Ashley: Being on honor roll.

Me: Briefly share a memory of your time at MHA.

Ashley: My first tournament to Union was amazing because I stayed with awesome people in the dorm.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with your class of 2018?

Ashley: I’m waiting for graduation.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Ashley: Bizama has been a good mentor from MHA. He has taught me very many valuable lessons from love and countless Bible analogies. He is someone I could identify with and will remember throughout my spiritual experiences.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Ashley: I appreicate the Freshman class (class of 2021) because they are so sweet and like to engage in conversations with anyone. I’ll miss the girls.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Ashley: The diversity.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Ashley: I will miss being a part of SA.

Me: What advice would you give future senior classes?

Ashley: Ask questions when you have them because you’re not the only one.

Thank you, Ashley!

Isabelle Frain

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Isabelle: This is my first year.

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Isabelle: Joshua 1:9

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Isabelle: Getting through all my classes with good grades.

Me: Briefly share a memory of your time at MHA.

Isabelle: I’m still waiting for senior trip.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with your class of 2018?

Isabelle: It’s been short but making friends has been so easy.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Isabelle: Howard has such a positive impact on his students.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Isabelle: Statistics, because I felt it challenged me a lot.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Isabelle: The diversity.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Isabelle: The friends I’ve made.

Me: What advice would you give future senior classes?

Isabelle: Don’t slack off even though it’s your senior year.

Thank you, Isabelle!

Kailey Erkhart

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Kailey: 6th-12th!

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Kailey: Romans 15:13

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Kailey: What makes me most proud is the friendships I’ve made with classmates. I know these friendships will last a lifetime.

Me: Briefly share a memory of your time at MHA.

Kailey: This year, when we went to SWAU on basketball tournament. I grew closer with my teammates and friends. We became vulnerable with each other and opened up to each other. We also grew together spiritually.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with your class of 2018?

Kailey: My favorite memory is going on Senior Survival. I got closer to some of my friends because we had to lean on each other to climb the 14’er.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Kailey: My best friend Maddie has helped me in my life in so many ways. She has helped me grow as an individual and in my relationship with God.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Kailey: Physics, because I learned something new every day and it blew my mind.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Kailey: Everybody is so close to each other and it feels like a family.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Kailey: I will miss being able to play every sport.

Me: What advice would you give future senior classes?

Kailey: Work hard, grow your relationships with your friends and God, have fun and make lots of memories!

Thank you, Kailey!

Hector Delgado

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Hector: K-12th!

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Hector: Matthew 5:44

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Hector: When Varsity won the tournament this year!

Me: Briefly share a memory of your time at MHA.

Hector: When I went on band trip just hanging out with new people that I wouldn’t normally hang out with.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with your class of 2018?

Hector: 8th grade class trip.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Hector: Pardo taught me how to grow as a man.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Hector: A&P because I want to be a physical therapist.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Hector: We have a big class of 25 this year.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Hector: My friends.

Me: What advice would you give future senior classes?

Hector: Talk to as many people as you can.

Thank you, Hector!

Jillian Dean

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Jill: 7 years

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Jill: Colossians 2:6-7

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Jill: Accomplishments in grades and sports.

Me: Briefly share a memory of your time at MHA.

Jill: Choir tour Sophomore year we went to Washington D.C. and it was so much fun. We became so much closer as a group and I grew a lot as a person.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with your class of 2018?

Jill: On Senior Survival we got pizza.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Jill: Howard – He shows all of his students the love of Christ and has taught us a lot about respect and appreciating the small things.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Jill: A&P – we got to be mock doctors and diagnose fake patients.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA, what makes our school/community unique?

Jill: Diversity & friendliness.

Me: What will you miss most about MHA after graduating?

Jill: My friend Ali Morales.

Me: What advice would you give future senior classes?

Jill: Don’t get lazy Senior year cuz grades still matter.

Thank you, Jill!

Nathaniel Chaij

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Nathaniel: 3 years

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Nathaniel: Isaiah 61

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Nathaniel: Graduating!

Me: Briefly share a memory of your time at MHA.

Nathaniel: Senior survival, climbing the 14’er,

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with your class of 2018?

Nathaniel: All of them.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Nathaniel: Mr. Berg, Mr. Weber.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Nathaniel: World History was a completely fun class.

Me: What advice would you give future senior classes?

Nathaniel: Stay hyped.

Thank you, Nathaniel!

Madison Carveth

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Madison: 4 years

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Madison: Proverbs 31:25

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Madison: Being able to complete AP & dual credit classes.

Me: Briefly share a memory of your time at MHA.

Madison: Volleyball tournaments and being on the volleyball team helped me grow as a leader.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with your class of 2018?

Madison: Senior survival because it helped us grow closer as a class. I created stronger relationships with my friends.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Madison: A&P, because it is something I’ve always looked forward to taking.

Me: Based on your experience at MHA what makes our school/community unique?

Madison: Small class sizes and the importance of community.

Me: What will you remember  most about MHA after graduating?

Madison: The tournaments and being part of a sports team.

Me: What advice would you give future senior classes?

Madison: Enjoy every moment, it goes by so fast!

Thank you, Madison!

Kimberly Cardenas

Me: How long have you been at MHA?

Kim: 5 years

Me: Do you have a favorite Bible verse?

Kim: 2 Corinthians 12:9

Me: When you reflect on your years spent at MHA, what makes you most proud?

Kim: Going to the championship game at Union college my Junior year.

Me: Briefly share a memory of your time at MHA.

Kim: Going on choir trip Sophomore year to Washington DC was such a great learning experience. Going to all the different museums was fun. I am a different person now because of the memories and experiences I had on that trip.

Me: What is your favorite memory of time spent with your class of 2018?

Kim: My favorite memories are tournaments. There is something about competition that bonds us and pushes us to learn more about each other and care for each other.

Me: Who at MHA has provided guidance for life? In what way have they impacted you?

Kim: Mrs. Eno has had a huge impact in my life. She has helped me discover a love for English and has encouraged me to always strive for more. She has always had faith in me which has taught me to have faith in myself.

Me: Which class do you most appreciate taking while at MHA?

Kim: World History/Intro to American Lit

Me: Based on your experience at MHA what makes our school/community unique?

Kim: There are so many great opportunities to learn and thrive because we are a small, close knit community.

Me: What will you remember  most about MHA after graduating?

Kim: The positive and encouraging community.

Me: What advice would you give future senior classes?

Kim: Remember that you are in charge of your happiness and success. Do not let anyone dictate your senior year. Enjoy it and always do what makes you happy.

Thank you, Kim!