Junior Interviews

Words: Lisa Kerr

Photos: Zach Grable

On April 4 and 5, juniors tied their ties, slipped on their heels, and got ready for Centennial’s Junior Interviews. In addition to being a graduation requirement, students also believed the interviews helped them in other ways.

Confident in her performance, Chelsea Ofori stated, “After preparing previously, I found the interview not too difficult. I felt as if I didn’t have to act like I knew what to say, it just flowed naturally.”

While Ofori and many juniors prepared far in advance, there were also some juniors who felt they could have done more.

Tamara Dowding said, “Although I wasn’t as prepared as I’d hoped, I still feel like the experience helped to get me ready for college interviews next year.”

At the end of it all, despite the lingering nervousness or strong fearlessness students may have held, each performed well in their interview.

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