• Follow us on twitter @chsroundup

The Round Up

The Round Up

Where will YOU be in 10 years?

Ginger Williams and Leila Stewart

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Where do YOU see yourself in the next ten years? Will you be hiking up Machu Picchu or settled down with a nice job and family? Many of us have aspirations for the future and dreams we want to accomplish in our lives. It’s good to visualize what our lives could look like years for now so we can plan and set goals for ourselves. Realizing this, the Roundup asked the student body if they have thought about the future and what it looks like to them.

“I see myself graduated college with a steady job and either married or engaged.” Freshman, Emma Fritzer said. (on the left)

“I’ll be out of college and probably be working on a film and living in an apartment.” Freshman, Kaleigh Jacobs said. (on the right)

 

“Acting professionally in New York City.” Junior, Ethan Mock said.

 

“I’d want to be an engineer with a kid and hopefully a personal trainer on the side.” Sophomore, Jose Falcon said.

 

“In my residency with the specialization of neurosurgery in the middle of surgery.” Junior, Daniel Maccio said.

 

“I see myself as an investment banker. Living life to the fullest.” Junior, Dhruv Gomber said.

 

“Hopefully famous, most likely in a dumpster.” Freshman, Jacqueline Chin said.

 

“Probably in medical school, maybe I’ll have my life together by then and be a more capable and independent woman.” Freshman, Tarrani Bajwa said.

 

“Hopefully working in a job that will benefit the world and married to someone nice.” Junior, Rachel Scharfman said.

 

“Hopefully in med school on track to become a doctor.” Junior, Ana Sobrino said.

 

“I hope to see myself being a U.S. Marshall.” Senior, Adrian Garza said.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

About the Writers
Ginger Williams, Co-editor in Chief

My name is Ginger Williams, and I am a junior here at Clements. I am Co-Editor of the newspaper and also a part of the PALS program. This is my second year as a member of The Round Up, and it’s become an important part of my life. Outside of school, my favorite pastime is writing. Whether it’s about the world or something that inspires me, writing is where I’m able to put all of my thoughts, which is why I’m proud to be a member of our CHS Newspaper. Aside from that, I also love playing piano, working out, and making memories with friends.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Leila Stewart, Co-editor in Chief

My name is Leila Stewart and I am a junior. I am on the varsity volleyball team, the Vice President of ASA, and the co-editor of the Roundup. This is my second year at Clements and on the newspaper staff. I live with my mom, two sisters, and my dog. My dad lives in Detroit and is a defensive backs coach for the Detroit Lions. We are from California and I hope to go back and have that be my forever home. I love football, spending time with family, and hanging out with friends.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • Where will YOU be in 10 years?

    Student Life

    Seniors prepare as graduation nears

  • Where will YOU be in 10 years?

    News

    Seniors plan futures through college map

  • Where will YOU be in 10 years?

    Sports

    Clements runners take off at Texas Relays

  • Where will YOU be in 10 years?

    News

    Assembly educates students on mental health

  • Where will YOU be in 10 years?

    Sports

    Varsity softball seniors hope for successful season

  • Where will YOU be in 10 years?

    News

    Annual benefit concert changes lives

  • Where will YOU be in 10 years?

    News

    Students march for their lives

  • Where will YOU be in 10 years?

    News

    CTV presents annual Clements Got Talent

  • Where will YOU be in 10 years?

    News

    International Club preps for annual iFest

  • Where will YOU be in 10 years?

    Features

    Kondapaneni qualifies for All-State Choir

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Where will YOU be in 10 years?