Howdie Zachary Mickens!

Zachary Mickens is a senior at George Ranch and is looking forward to the future and reminiscing about the past.


Princess Sinkambe

Zach also participates in JROTC.

By Princess Sinkambe, Staff Writer

The Wrangler: What are you’re plans for after high school?

Mickens: I’m planning on attending a junior college, and doing my basics there. I will then transfer to the University of Houston where I will major in the health and minor in English.

The Wrangler: What do feel has been your greatest accomplishment in your high school career? Why?

Mickens: My greatest accomplishment would probably marching in the fort bend county fair because it was good to feel apart of something bigger than me.

The Wrangler: As high school comes to an end what do you want to be remembered for?

Mickens: Writing entertaining stories and helping people.

The Wrangler: What are you going to miss the most about high school? Why?

Mickens: My friends because I believe in the value of human connections.

The Wrangler: Describe your senior year in three words.

Mickens: Don’t take astronomy!

The Wrangler: Out of all your years in high school, which one was your favorite and why?

Mickens: Definitely freshman year, everything was new and exciting. I felt like there were endless possibilities.

The Wrangler: Do you think you are prepared for college? Why or Why not?

Mickens: I’d say yes and no. I don’t think anyone is ever truly 100% ready to start a whole new chapter of their life, but I’m as ready as I’ll ever be.

The Wrangler: Who do you think has had the biggest impact on your life so far?

Mickens: My parents have always been a guiding force and the idea of making them proud is what has always made me motivated.

The Wrangler: What advice would you give to incoming freshmen?

Mickens: Choose your friends wisely and stay focus on the important things because time goes by fast.

The Wrangler: As you look to the future, what is one thing you are looking forward to after high school? Why?

Mickens: Being able to make something of myself and become someone my parents can be proud of.