Class of 2020 Profiles #8

June 1, 2020

It’s been so much fun getting to see so many of our classmates who are now graduates!  We wish everyone the best in the future and we hope to see you all on August 1 at Graduation.

 

Nicolle Gudiel Winter

What are your post high school plans? I will be attending the University of Massachusetts Amherst to major in public health sciences.

What will you miss most about high school?  I will miss helping out with Mrs. Zalocha’s class and my chit chats with Ms. Medeiros the most. 

What was your favorite class?  My favorite class was French because I loved learning a new language and exploring the French culture.

What was your favorite after school activity? Tennis practice!

Any final thoughts?  Thank you.

 

Mia Comeau

What are your post high school plans? Attending school at Coastal Carolina University to major in marine biology

What will you miss most about high school? I will miss seeing people in the halls in different grades and all my favorite teachers.

What special moments, events etc. will you remember? I will remember fall, the school spirit, sports games, and senior events.

What was your favorite class? My favorite class was art class because whenever I was stressed out I would go to art and it would calm me down being able to draw.

What was your favorite after school activity?  Cheerleading

What was your favorite lunch?  Buffalo chicken dip

What have you learned about yourself this year? I have learned that change is good and it’s so important for people to help them focus on themselves and be the best person they can be.

 

Becca Keefe

What are your post high school plans? I’ll be attending Plymouth State University to major in criminal justice.

What will you miss most about high school? I will miss seeing my friends in the halls and being able to joke around with them as we walk to our next class.

What special moments, events etc. will you remember? I’ll always remember every State’s win I’ve had and the feeling of all the hard work paying off.

What was your favorite class? My favorite classes have to be junior year English with Neal or stats my senior year with Hoff. Both of these teachers always came in with so much enthusiasm and energy and were ready to teach the class, and it made learning so much more enjoyable.

What was your favorite after school activity? My favorite after school activities were cheer practice, cheering at football games on Friday nights, hanging with friends, going to Marylou’s, and driving around with my friends.

What was your favorite lunch? Grilled cheese

What have you learned about yourself this year?  I’ve learned this year that everything happens for a reason and that your friends will always be there for you.

Any final thoughts? I want the underclassmen to know how fast the four years at RHS truly flies by and I want them to know to cherish every small moment. Also, I would like to thank the whole RHS staff for an unforgettable four years of high school. I’m going to miss walking the halls of RHS.

 

Michael Dutton

What are your post high school plans? To attend Massachusetts Maritime Academy to study marine transportation and play lacrosse.

What will you miss most about high school?  Seeing my friends every day

What special moments, events etc. will you remember? Beating Norwell in football to be Undefeated SSL Champs.

What was your favorite class? Junior English with Bigsby

What was your favorite after school activity?  Football and lacrosse

What was your favorite lunch?  Chicken Caesar salad wrap

What have you learned about yourself this year? No matter the obstacle we will get through it.

Any final thoughts? Thank you RHS! Go Dogs!

 

Benjamin Hildreth

What are your post high school plans? I plan on taking a gap year to work.

What will you miss most about high school? I will miss seeing my friends and my teachers every day.

What special moments, events etc. will you remember? I will remember all the pep rallies and all the arts festivals.

What was your favorite class? My favorite class is cooking because I got to make a lot of yummy food.

What was your favorite after school activity? My favorite after school activity was robotics club.

 

Lydia McWilliams

What are your post high school plans? Attending the University of Massachusetts Boston and majoring in nutrition

What will you miss most about high school? Seeing all my friends in-between classes or before school. Bugging my favorite teachers, and sitting in my favorite window space before class in the early morning hours

What special moments, events etc. will you remember? Sitting on the field or the bleachers during track meets, eating and sharing snacks with teammates and other teams. And yelling and singing with friends on our way to DQ after Mr. Rockland.

What was your favorite class? English class with Mr. Bigsby, sophomore and junior year. Bigsby makes such an open and honest environment where students can feel comfortable and don’t feel like they have to censor themselves. He also had so many creative and fun projects, individual and group. His class always made my friends and I excited for the end of the day, and not want to leave.

What was your favorite after school activity? First would be Images Magazine, surrounded by artists and friends. Wacky, but exactly as it should have been. Then track, while I sometimes wanted nothing more than to lie down or scream, my friends’ encouragement and equal exhaustion helped me push through. Track meets were my favorite, even if we left the losers.

What was your favorite lunch?  A newer addition, the Chicken Dippity. The chicken was better and crispier than the regular grill sandwich, and it came with waffle fries!

What have you learned about yourself this year? My procrastination didn’t get any better, even after 4 years :’). Also, I can understand and explain Shakespeare better than I could simply read Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451.

Any final thoughts? Shout out to Mrs. Shaughnessy for listening to all my problems this year and last year, Mr. Bigsby for simply being Bigsby and checking in on my friends and me, Mrs. Hoffman for her positivity, Ms. Medeiros and Ms. Thompson for encouraging my interest in art, and JD for always being okay with me passing in late work.

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