Finally, I have time to start blogging my amazing Class of 2014 Seniors!
I have met some amazing guys and girls this summer and fall, and can’t wait to showcase them all for you!
First up is Megan. Megan is a special senior to me because I was actually one of her teachers for 1st and 2nd grade! (Please don’t do the math, just understand I am indeed old). Megan was in Multiage, and while I wasn’t her homeroom teacher, I got to share her with Mrs. Devers. She was one of the brightest, most respectful students who ever came through my doors, and was thrilled to catch up with her again.
Megan was still as sweet and lovely as I remember her, except now she was a senior at Antioch Community High School. Sit back, enjoy her portraits and get to know Megan a bit better!
What has been your proudest moment in high school so far? My proudest moment was making the ILMEA District 7 Senior Honors Band this year. I was the only member of my school’s band who made it. Playing my flute with so many accomplished musicians was an experience I will never forget.
Do you have a favorite quote? A quote I find myself living by is one from Robert Frost:
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I–
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference”
What is your dream job? Some day, I will be a music educator and/or a band director. I love music, and I love kids. It would be the best of both worlds.
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be and why? I would love to experience the different cultures and visit the famous places in Europe. I would especially like to visit Ireland. I think it is so pretty there, and I love their accent!
What are your plans after high school? I plan to go to college and major in music education. I am uncertain where I am going right now because school of music auditions aren’t until February, but I am keeping my fingers crossed that I will be wearing orange and blue next year.
Name a favorite memory from attending Antioch Community High School. My favorite memory would be making drum major for the ACHS Marching Sequoits. It was weird not marching flute again this year, but it was a very rewarding experience leading my band at football games and in competitions. The Marching Sequoits rock!
What did you like most about doing your senior portraits with Britt Anderson Seniors. I really enjoyed working with Britt. She is very personable and made me feel comfortable. I also loved the variety of backgrounds because all of the photos look unique.
Thanks Megan!!! It was great working with you too!
If you are a senior and missed out this fall on awesome custom senior portraits, contact me to set up your Spring session! Or, if you are a junior, Class of 2015, YOU can be a Spokesmodel for Britt Anderson Seniors….tons of great perks along with the BEST senior portraits around.