Bears of Berkley: Senior, Remy Sollish

Bears of Berkley: Senior, Remy Sollish

Q: Do you have any words of advice for underclassmen?

A: Don’t be afraid to ask for help if you’re struggling! Help from someone else may seem like a lot of work but it makes whatever you are struggling with so much easier.

Q: What goals or accomplishments do you feel you have achieved in high school?

A: I am proud of maintaining good grades throughout my entire high school career. I worked very hard and I feel like my grades reflect that.

Q: What career path are you interested in pursuing in the future?

A: I’m not totally sure but as of right now something in the psychology field. I’m in psychology this year and it’s something that I am really interested in.

Q: What is one study technique that has helped you in high school?

A: A study technique that helps me is making Quizlets. They are so easy to make and you can study with them wherever you go.

Q: What is most exciting or nerve-wracking about college approaching?

A: I’m very excited to see where I end up for college because I haven’t heard from some places so I don’t know where I’ll be going to school yet.

Q: What is your favorite memory from being a student at Berkley High School?

A: My favorite memory is going to football games. I love seeing my friends and having fun supporting the school.

Q: Who is your favorite teacher?

A: Ms Ford. I love the way she teaches and cares about the students.

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