Freshman Spotlight: Stephanie Ramsey


Lucia Isenberg

Stephanie Ramsey’s favorite thing to do is hang out with her friends.

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

Stephanie Ramsey: “The time management. You have to be very organized as well.”

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

SR: “Basketball and Cross Country.”

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

SR: “I miss having less work, middle school was a lot easier.”

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

SR: “I didn’t expect all of the quizzes and tests.”

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

SR: “I enjoy having more freedom.”

EE: Which class is the most difficult? Why?

SR: “DE English because it is a college class that requires a lot of reading and writing.”

EE: What is your favorite thing to do? 

SR: “Hang out with friends and play basketball.”

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

SR: “I don’t have one.”

EE: Who is your favorite teacher, why?

SR: “Mrs. Grugan because she is very good at teaching Spanish.”

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

SR: “Don’t get behind in your work.”