Leaving Your Mark


Lauren Brice

Junior Morgan Labarge laughs with friends while working on door decoration.

Lauren Brice, Writer

What mark do you want to leave on the world? A simple yet very complex question. It can be taken a million different ways and is different for each person. This very question was asked to random students throughout the hallways.

“I want to make people laugh,” said Senior Tyler Albright.

“A lot of people don’t care about being kind to others. I want to change that and show kindness to all,” said Junior James Adams.

“I want to leave the world a happier place than when I found it,” said Junior McKenna Rhodes.

“Leaving a positive mark even if it’s just saying something kind every day is how I want to leave my mark,” said Senior Savannah Jenkins.

“I want to invent something revolutionary or create a cure for something big,” said Sophomore Kohei Anderson.

“People have such bad self-images, I would want to change that and make people feel better about themselves,” said Sophomore Tanner Love.

“I want to leave the world a better place than when I found it,” said Senior Eli Lairmore.

“I would like to change people’s perspective on police officers. from social media alone it gives them such a bad image. I have family in law enforcement and want to make it known that they aren’t all bad. Their job is to put their life on the line and most people don’t see that. That’s the change I want to make in the world,” said Junior Morgan Labarge.