Freshman Spotlight: Maci Brodzina

Get to know the freshman! Every Monday the Eagle Eye will interview another member of the TAHS Class of 2022.


Eagle Eye: What is the biggest transition from middle school to high school in your opinion?

Maci Brodzina: The biggest transition from middle school to high school is not having blocked scheduling.

EE: Do you have any sports or extracurricular activities you are excited to continue into high school?

MB: Yes, I’m involved in Softball, Basketball, Pops Extension, and National Honors Society.

EE: What is something you will miss about middle school?

MB: Something I’ll miss about middle school is all of the SOAR activities we were involved in.

EE. What is something you didn’t expect about high school?

MB: Something I didn’t expect about high school is that I share some classes with older students.

EE: What is your favorite thing about being in the high school so far?

MB: My favorite thing about high school so far is how much independence we have.

EE: Which class is the most difficult? Why?

MB: The class that is the most difficult is probably History because it’s at the end of the day and it’s hard to stay focused.

EE: What is your favorite thing to do?

MB: My favorite thing to do is play sports, sing, and hang out with friends.

EE: What/who is your favorite song/artist right now?

MB: My favorite song is “Beautiful Crazy” by Luke Combs.

EE: Who is your favorite teacher, why?

MB: My favorite teacher is either Ms. Bundy or Mr. Wilson because they both teach really well, and they push me to do better.

EE: What advice would you give to next year’s freshman?

MB: Pay attention, take notes, turn things in on time, and BE YOU!