By: Tess Parmenter
For the winter issue, senior, Laura Courson, was chosen as The Squire’s Spotlight Student. Always staying busy, Laura is very active in school activities, including clubs like choir and Student Council. Outside of school, she enjoys dancing, something she has been doing for 13 years. With big plans for her future, she works hard in school by having a full schedule with some AP courses.
Laura is looking forward to what the future has planned for her, but is sad she will have to say goodbye to her friends she’s known since day one. In our interview with Laura, we learned some more about this star senior and her plans.
The Squire: What are some activities you enjoy doing in your free time?
Laura Courson: I like to dance, sing in the choir, and listen to music.
TS: What are your plans for after high school?
LC: I plan to attend college. I’m not sure where yet, but I know I want to go for physical therapy.
TS: What is your favorite thing about school?
LC: My favorite part of school is becoming better friends with people and spending time with them.
TS: What sports or school activities do you participate in? How long have you been in them?
LC: I am not in any sports, but I have been in Student Council for four years, National Honor Society for two years, Battle of the Books for two years, choir for seven years and a class officer for three years.
TS: What is the best part about being a senior? Worst part?
LC: The best part about being a senior is thinking about my future and planning for college. The worst part is the senioritis.
TS: What will you miss most about Eisenhower?
LC: I will miss the people I have become friends with and the teachers I have gotten close with.
Laura is a student who always has a friendly smile on her face in the hallway. The Squire wishes her the best of luck when she sets off on her journey to college.