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Emerson Bluemke, class of 2023

Humans of NHS — Emerson Bluemke

Anna Foucault, Student of Journalism September 23, 2022

“From freshman year, I have wanted to be in the medical field. I decided to take both health careers classes and apply to health careers academy. Last year, I got to take the CNA class, which introduced...

Zach Kramp, class of 2023

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Ryan Foucault, Student of Journalism September 23, 2022

"I see myself after high school going into the trades and becoming an electrician or welder. I have decided to go on this career path because there is a very high demand for people in this field.  There...

Elaina Plankey, class of 2023

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Chloe Loberg, Student of Journalism September 23, 2022

“How are you supposed to talk to people, to get the respect and get them to answer your questions -- but not intimidate them? It’s almost an entirely different way of approaching people. That way they...

Brenden Selch, class of 2023

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Emlyn Swardenski, Student of Journalism September 21, 2022

“I lived overseas for five years in China. It kind of  changed my opinion on people and the whole world. It was weird to move from Hong Kong to a small town, but we were in a pretty isolated western...

Ellie Mertes, class of 2023

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Ella Mainville, Student of Journalism September 21, 2022

"My extracurricular work is a trade that benefits both me and society. I am both fulfilling my passions and serving others, which makes me really happy. I bring my strengths into the community to better...

Joshua Armstrong, class of 2023

Humans of NHS — Joshua Armstrong

Ana Sofia O. Pavao, Student of Journalism September 21, 2022

“I definitely look up to my dad and my grandfather because they have always been in my life. I also look up to older basketball teammates. Some of them have had a big impact in my life; who I am today....

Cece Brown, class of 2023

Humans of NHS — Cece Brown

Sierra Luepke, Student of Journalism September 20, 2022

"My sophomore year was the hardest year for me because we were right in the midst of COVID. With three-hour classes and lots of downtime, I lost a lot of independence and motivation for all my work. I...

Layton Brandt, class of 2023

Humans of NHS — Layton Brandt

Drew Gentile, Student of Journalism September 18, 2022

“If I did my time at Neenah over again, there’s not much I’d change. I’ve been involved since freshman year, in a variety of activities: hockey, cross country, tennis, DECA, LAUNCH and math club....

Drew Gentile, class of 2023

Humans of NHS — Drew Gentile

Layton Brandt, Student of Journalism September 16, 2022

“My proudest achievement is running 1,000 miles for cross country. I started in December when it's tough to get out there and run but it's the hardest thing we do for the things we love. I did it because...

Elisa Hein, class of 2023

Humans of NHS — Elisa Hein

Maddie Van Zeeland, Student of Journalism September 14, 2022

“I’ve really chosen to take my own path instead of following in my sisters' footsteps. I finally learned that I can make my own choices. It’s my future. I’m able to choose what classes I want to...

Maddie Van Zeeland, class of 2023

Humans of NHS — Maddie Van Zeeland

Elisa Hein, Student of Journalism September 14, 2022

"I believe success is defined as whether or not you love what you are doing and if you feel fulfilled in what you are pursuing. I would say I feel successful because I am very happy with the life that...

Lindsey Jones, class of 2023

Humans of NHS — Lindsey Jones

Preston Schamens, Student of Journalism September 14, 2022

“A goal of mine, career wise, is to be involved in something that’s going to make a difference. No matter how little or big it is. I just really want to be involved in my community and give back because...

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