Howdie Jonathan Fisher!

Jonathan Fisher is a Junior at George Ranch High School. He believes in taking care of family and doing whatever it take to complete his future.


Diamond Butler

Jonathan Fisher

By Diamond Butler, Staff Writer

The Wrangler: What got you interested in Football?

Fisher: When I was little, my dad put me in it to keep me out of trouble.

The Wrangler: Do you plan on going pro after graduation?

Fisher: No, I plan on sticking to welding.

The Wrangler: If not football, and you decide to do welding, how much money do you think you’ll be making?

Fisher: I mean, maybe about $40,000.

The Wrangler: How do you plan on getting into that business?

Fisher: Keeping my grades right and paying attention in school now, but when I go to college, I’m going to complete four years of college. Though it only takes two years, the extra two years will be for me to get interested in another career just in case welding doesn’t work out.

The Wrangler: After graduation, do you plan on taking a break before entering college?

Fisher: Yea, probably about a year.

The Wrangler: What are your plans for your break after graduation?

Fisher:  I really just want to chill for that whole year.

The Wrangler: Do you plan on supporting your family after receiving your yearly pay?

Fisher: Yes I do plan on taking care of my family.

The Wrangler: Who has supported you in what you do in life?

Fisher: My dad and brother.

The Wrangler: What are some of the things they tell you that helps you as a person?

Fisher: My dad always told me, ‘don’t let no one stop you from doing what I need to do’, and my brother has always been there for me.

The Wrangler: What is your motivation quote that you tell yourself?

Fisher: Philippians 4: 13, ‘I can do all things through Christ Jesus who strengthens me’. It keeps me going.