Noe Stays Very Involved in School Activities at Horizon Honors High School

 

Q. You are very involved in school! Tell us all the activities you participate in!

A. I believe that high school is a perfect opportunity to get to know others and be involved. For this very reason, I have done my best to become as involved as I can. I am a member of the National Honors Society, ReSEARCHing for Cures, No Place for Hate, and the Varsity Track & Field Team. I am also the President, and founder, of the Horizon Honors Ping Pong Club, a captain of the Horizon Honors Soccer Team, and the Senior Class Vice President. Out of all my activities, my favorite is being captain of the soccer team, because I have the opportunity to lead the team and help other players develop in their abilities while playing the sport I love.

Q. What are your hopes for the 2017-2018 Soccer season?

A. This season, I feel like the soccer team has the capability of easily making it to the state tournament. My hopes for the season are to make it farther in state than ever before. Last year we made it to the quarter finals, and this year I hope to make it to the semi-finals.

Q. What are your plans for the future?

A. My plans for the future are not very well cemented. I am considering a variety of possibilities which will hopefully lead me to success. At the moment, the most interesting path to me would be to attend Stanford University in California, study mechanical engineering, and get a job at Tesla. My dream is to work on designing the cars of the future, making them quicker and more efficient.

Q. You are halfway through your senior year. Any advice for younger students?

A. High school flies by quicker than the blink of an eye. My biggest piece of advice for younger students is to cherish every moment. There will be rough days and there will be fantastic days. Nothing is certain except that they will pass by quickly, so it is best to just relax and try to make the best out of every day.

Noe is a senior at Horizon Honors High School.

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