Bears of Berkly: Senior, Jodhi England

    Bears of Berkly: Senior, Jodhi England
    Photo by Jodhi England

    Q: What career path are you interested in pursuing in the future?
    A: I am really interested in event planning, more specifically wedding planning. I get the thrill of people enjoying my parties, and planning just runs in my veins, but it isn’t always necessarily easy.

    Q: Which high school teacher impacted you the most?
    A: The teacher who impacted me the most was all of my science teachers. Mr. Austermann, Ms. Nixon, and Mrs. Francis. All of these teachers made science fun for me, and they allowed me to feel passionate about school.

    Q: If you could, what do you wish that you could tell your freshman self?
    A: I would tell my freshman self to do your homework. Don’t fail a class or else you won’t get into the good colleges you want to go to. You know you can do better, so stay motivated. Also, don’t date boys!

    Q: What is most exciting or nerve-wrackingnerve- wracking about college approaching?
    A: The most nerve- wracking thing is getting financial aid. Paying for college is probably one of the most difficult things about college. I feel like I have everything else figured out, besides money.

    Q: What is one thing that makes you proud to be a Berkley Bear?
    A: Although cheesy, I would say the community of people. This isn’t a bad school;: it is one of the best. Everyone is welcoming and everyone is able to find friends. You never have to worry about being lonely. The administration could not be better. They are so sweet and they care about the students so much.

    Q: What is one study technique that has helped you in high school?
    A: One study technique that has helped me is Quizlet. For Spanish and World HIstory, Quizlet totally saved me. It helped me so much with vocabulary.

    Q: Do you like attending Berkeley sporting events? If so, which sport is your favorite?
    A: I do like attending sporting events. My favorite would have to be football games. The environment of these games feels like you are free from school, but also free from the chores at home. I am able to just be with my friends, having fun.

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