Senior Spotlight: Bethaney Glenn

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Senior Spotlight: Bethaney Glenn

Bethaney Glenn

Bethaney Glenn

Bethaney Glenn

Bethaney Glenn

Rebecca Smith

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Every year Flomaton High School has a new class of seniors; and every year those seniors put on their caps and gowns and walk across the stage for the last time. It is a scary leap from being a child to becoming an adult, but the years spent together in school are some of the best years of our lives. Being able to make friends and learn and grow together is a privilege that many take advantage of. Today I sat down with Bethaney Glenn, a senior, and discussed her experience at Flomaton High School. Bethaney has been at our school for three years and has been my friend ever since. Her bubbly personality draws you in and you can never not smile when you are with her.  One word she would use to describe her high school experience is memorable. Sure, school has its ups and downs, but the things you do and experience are sure to make many great memories. Bethaney’s favorite memory is when she attended the senior class field trip to Washington, D.C. along with several other juniors last school year. Her favorite teacher at Flomaton High School is Mr. Mims, and her favorite subject is Anatomy and Physiology. During the years of high school, students are encouraged and aided about what they decide to do succeeding graduation. After Bethaney graduates this year, she plans to go to college and eventually become a social worker. Because of her years of experience, I asked Bethaney to give one piece of advice to the younger students. She replied with, “My advice is don’t follow the crowd. You’ll do things you regret and no one should live with that. Think smart and you’ll go far.”  Flomaton has been blessed to have Bethaney along with all of the other students. Although we are excited for the futures of our seniors, we will be sad to see them leave. Being along the journey together is an experience that makes a mark on who we are and should be something to treasure forever.

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