Flying through the future.

Seeing the world as it is.

Golden like the sun:

My personality color is gold, meaning that I'm usually optimistic about most things and I try to make good impressions.(Most of the time) I also try to help others as much as I can, so long as I'm not told to "Mush", and to create a friendly environement for those people in weird conversations. (Which apparently happens a lot)

Brainology: The study of left & right.

In retrospect, my brain is about half and half to how creative and how plain my personality is, meaning that I'm at the point were I'm not to weird yet also not to boorish or secluded as well. Overall, I do want to take many things seriously, though try to have as much fun as I can while doing it. My left side is basically how strict or how organized I am and the right is how crazy & spontanious I can be. SInce I'm half & half, I'm just at the point of a calm and funny person.

Stats: 18 for left side.

21 for right side.

Starting Line

Over all the choices to chose, only these three below were the ones that mainly stuck:

Occupations to choose from;

1) Brownfield Redevelopment Agency. Main motives is to deal with environmental issues for both animal and plant life.

2) Electrical Engineer. They designs the circuits and other parts of the electronics. Engineers might draw their designs using a computer or blue prints by drawing them, though the main thing is creating and fixing new devices and electrical equipment to help most people's ordinary lives.

3) Microsystems Engineer. Conduct harsh environmental testing, accelerated aging, device characterization, or field trials to validate devices, using inspection tools, testing protocols, peripheral instrumentation, or modeling and simulation software.

A Fresh start: Freshmen

Develop good study habits. Read a wide range of books as a supplement to school assignments. SAT/ACT performance is always higher for regular readers.

Become familiar with college entrance requirements. Use website addresses, 1-800 telephone numbers, or mailing addresses to get information about all colleges of interest to you, and plan your high school program of studies accordingly.

Made it past year one: Sophmore

Continue taking appropriate courses. Research shows that full participation in academically challenging courses is the best preparation for college entrance examinations and for success in college.

Climbing the ladder: Junior

Start thinking more seriously about what sort of college you would like to attend. Use resources listed earlier in this guide to find the school that’s right for you. The College Board website may help you get started.

Start thinking more seriously about what sort of college you would like to attend. Use resources listed earlier in this guide to find the school that’s right for you. The College Board website may help you get started.

Almost there: Senior

Research for scholarships and loans. Long on to Tassel Time for more information. See Mrs. Hoffman for further information.

Graduation :)

Sunday, May 28th 2017 at 9pm

285 Stadium Dr. Fayetteville, AR

FInally, it's over.

Later in Life . . .

The job that I chose for my career was Brownfield Environment Redevelopment agency, which as the name suggests its main goal is to perserve and protect the wildlife in forests, jungles, rainforests, etc, along with the plants that inhabit the areas also. It has a good job payment and the requirements are fair from college, so it does not seem like a bad job, especially when your helping the environment.

College: Need for a Career

College Majors:

University of Arkansas:

  • Open to the public for students internaltionlly, available for 4 years or above and provides Certificate, Associates degree, Bachelor's degree, Master's degree, & Doctoral degree.
  • Mascot- Red Razorback Hog. Go Hogs!

Flying my way through college:

The main majors needed to become a environmentalist:

Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering: prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of systems for controlling contained living environments. (About $18,264.00 per year)

Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering: prepares individuals to apply geotechnical engineering methods, which deal with the analysis, design and construction of earth and earth supported structures. (About $24,752.00 per year)