Mayah Denman is a quiet, but intelligent junior at the high school, taking multiple PAP and AP classes. The Wrangler sat down with this shy student and let her open up about her school life and future plans.
The Wrangler: Eleventh grade, that means you’re going to be a senior next year, how do you feel about that?
Denman: Nervous, scared, but I’m kind of excited.
The Wrangler: How do you feel about this year, it’s just begun, how do you feel?
Denman: It’s okay so far.
The Wrangler: Do you feel like it’s going to be a good year later on?
Denman: Yeah, I’m doing good in my AP classes.
The Wrangler: What AP classes are you taking this year?
Denman: I’m taking English, Psychology, Biology, and Government and Economics.
The Wrangler: In school, are you in any clubs or do any extracurricular activities?
Denman: I’m in psychology club.
The Wrangler: What do you do in psychology club?
Denman: We talk about psychology a lot, and we eat donuts… I’m a new member.
The Wrangler: In school, what subjects would you say you most excel in?
Denman: English and science. And social studies. Not math though.
The Wrangler: What do you plan on doing after you get out of high school?
Denman: Going to college.
The Wrangler: Do you have a college in mind?
Denman: University of Houston.
The Wrangler: What do you want to do when you get into college? What would you like to major in?
Denman: Something in the medical field, maybe nursing, or pharmacy.
The Wrangler: Outside of school, what do you like to do in your free time?
Denman: I like to read, and write. And binge watch Netflix.
The Wrangler: What kinds of things do you like to read and write about?
Denman: I like to read Harry Potter, and like, stereotypical young adult novels like Divergent and Hunger Games.
The Wrangler: Do you have a good relationship with your family and friends outside of school?
Denman: I do have a good relationship with my family, I have an on and off relationship with my sister. Hate-love.
The Wrangler: Do you have any goals for the school year?
Denman: To make good grades in all my classes, and get a good grade on the AP tests.
The Wrangler: Would you like to add any other comments to this interview?
Denman: I hope everyone has a good year at school. May the force be with you.