Senior Spotlight: Austin Long

Emily Creamer

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John Quincy Adams once said  “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.’’ This is exactly what a good Senior should do. As an underclassman, Seniors have always been someone I look up to so it is very important for them to set a good example.When you’re a Senior you feel the stress of having to do all your school work and to make very important decisions so it is really hard to stay focused. It may be very difficult to be a Senior, but it is very important to always set a good example for the students in the younger grades.

Today I interviewed Austin Long, a Senior at Flomaton High School,  and I asked him some very important questions about high school and what it’s like to be a Senior. Austin has attended Flomaton High School for four years. He is involved in FFA, BETA Club, FBLA, and Varsity Basketball. He enjoys fishing, hunting, and playing basketball. He says that being a Senior doesn’t feel all that different than the other grades except for the fact that they are preparing to join the real world next year. He plans to attend CACC for two years after high school then go to Auburn for two years to finish his degree. He would like to tell the underclassmen “Enjoy your time in school and have fun because your Senior year flies by”. To sum all that up, being a Senior is very important, but isn’t all that different from other grades so remember to enjoy it.

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