Class of 2020: Veronica Audette – Top 10, Mohonasen High School


Mohonasen High School

Veronica Audette

Top 10

PARENTS: Danielle Audette, Sean Audette

COLLEGE OR OTHER PLANS: I will be attending Endicott College to major in interior architecture

AFTER COLLEGE: I eventually want to move to Texas and become an Interior designer there. My dream is to get my own HGTV show

WHAT IS IT LIKE GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL IN THE MIDDLE OF A GLOBAL PANDEMIC: It was hard to deal with at first because I can’t finish my last few months of school with my friends, but we have been coming up with other ways to still have all of our senior activities and it seems like it will be fun. Also not many people can say they graduated in the middle of a pandemic.

WHAT DID YOU LEARN ABOUT YOURSELF AND YOUR CLASSMATES THIS SEMESTER: When I was in school, I always complained about having to go to a certain class or about all the work I had to do. Now that school is closed for the rest of the year and I’m stuck finishing the school year online, I’ve realized how much I love actually being at school and even though I might have to go to a class I don’t like, my friends were always there and it made school more enjoyable.

WHAT IS A MEMORY OF YOUR SENIOR YEAR YOU’LL NEVER FORGET: My friend Sophia and I are co-presidents of our class and we planned some new activities for our senior year such as senior sunrise/sunset and we got to paint our parking spots. That was something fun that we have never done before so it is something I will definitely never forget.

WHAT WILL YOU MISS ABOUT HIGH SCHOOL: There’s definitely a few teachers I will miss, one of them is Ms. Saullo. She’s been my Spanish teacher for the past 3 years, sports games with my friends and being able to see my friends every day.

WHAT’S IN YOUR MUSIC PLAYER: I like all types of music. Pop, country, some rap, and all the old songs. My favorite artist though is Post Malone.

BEST PART ABOUT GRADUATING: All my hard work from school is finally paying off. I made it to the end of high school and now I get to continue my life by going to college and become more of the person I want to be.



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