The Sky Is Not The Limit!

It Is A Dream!

I'm on the ground now...

What Is My Favorite Color?

My favorite color is gold. Why? Because it is also my personality type. This means that when I listen, I focus on the little things. I like to determine whether the message is right or wrong and I hate when a conversation goes off topic. I am VERY straightforward; I like to do things step-by-step. Rule breakers, laziness, and wasting time are my biggest frustrations. I am a great leader.

What I Am I Thinking?

My right brain is used approximately five times as much as my left brain. This means that think more abstractedly, finding new ways to solve difficult problems. It also gives me an artistic edge with the capability of creating futuristic designs.

What can I do?

1. Audio and Video Technology and Film.

2. Security and Protective Services.

3. Law Enforcement Services.

4. Web Digital Communications

5. Emergency and Fire Management Services.

What Do I want to do?

1. Maintenance/ Operations.

2. Power, Structural, and Technical Systems

3. Maintenance, Installation, and Repair.

4. Natural Resources Systems

5. Facility and Mobile Equipment.

What makes me want to do it?

1. Innovation.

2. Accomplishment.

3. Prestige.

4. Income.

5. Workplace.

I'm at the airport...

Bentonville High School!

Once the next school year rolls around, I will be attending Bentonville High School. It is located on J Street, Bentonville Arkansas. Its massive structure is mostly windows, giving each and every one of its stuents a great view of Tiger Stadium, just across the road! Go Tigers!


During my Freshman Year, I am going to plan 4-year courses according to college entrance requirements, begin researching possible careers and educational requirements, and inventory test-taking abilities and read materials on the PSAT, SAT, and ACT.

During my Sophomore Year, I am going to check credits to make sure I meet college and high school requirements, keep in mind that colleges look for lower grades in harder classes, not higher grades in easy classes, and continue reviewing career choices and requirements.

During my Junior Year, I will check credits to maintain college and high school requirements, try to narrow my career choices, and prepare for the SAT and/or ACT.

During my Senior Year, I will Check credits, visit colleges I wish to attend, and take appropriate college entrance exams.


Thursday, May 18th 2017 at 12pm

1801 Southeast J Street

Bentonville, AR

On May 18, 2017 I will graduate from Bentonville High School. I will then move on to the next level of education: college.

I'm boarding the plane...

The You of Arkansas

I will attend four to eight years at the University of Arkansas. I will major in Engineering Technology, and minor is mathematics and science courses. I will also take courses to advance my understanding of the atmosphere and outer space.
University of Arkansas Fayetteville

The University of Arkansas

Located in Fayetteville, AR, the University of Arkansas was one of the first higher level learning establishments created after the civil war. This monument to education is still preserved and used nearly every day by students from far and wide who came to be an Arkansas Razorback!

I Want in! But how?

1. Secondary School GPA

2. Secondary School Record

3. Completion of College Prep Program

Time to fork over some cash...

In State Tuition-$7,174

Books and Supplies-$1,214

Room and Board-$8,330

Other Expenses-$3,746

Cost For Four Years-$81,156

It's possile for some to get in!



Total- 21,405

Now I'm flying sky high!

The Dream!


The Dream Tasks!

As an areospace engineer, you are expected to perform engineering duties in designing, constructing, and testing aircraft, missiles, and spacecraft. You may be expected to conduct basic and applied research to evaluate adaptability of materials and equipment to aircraft design and manufacture.

How smart must I be to dream?

A two-year degree in software engineering and mathematics will sometimes suffice when it comes to education requirements. However, most employers require completion of a bachelor's degree or higher.

The Dream Income!

National Average Salary of an Aerospace Engineer

Civilian: $97,480

Military: $86,810