Soon-to-be grad ready to enter workforce

Name: Austin Fish

Hometown: Medora

Clubs and organizations while in high school: Basketball for three years and baseball for one year.

Awards or special recognitions while in high school: Varsity basketball letter (three years).

Family: Mother, Amy Blair; stepfather, Steve Blair; brothers, Bryant Carmichael and J.D. Fish.

How does it feel to know you will be graduating? It feels really good to know that I will be graduating.

Did you attend Medora all four years? No, I went to Seymour High School for two years.

What will you miss most about going to Medora High School? I will miss being around everyone every day.

Do you have any memories that stick out in your mind from your years at Medora that you would like to share? A memory from high school was when we beat Crothersville for the first time in 20 years.

How will your time at Medora High School help prepare you for life? My time at Medora has helped prepare me for life by teaching me responsibilities.

What was your favorite subject/class and why? My favorite class was shop. It taught me how to build houses.

Was there any teacher who had a major influence on you? The teacher who had the greatest influence on me was my shop teacher, Sam Gallion. He impacted me by showing me I could do whatever I put my mind to.

What are your plans? My future plans are to go straight into the workforce.

What advice do you have for other students at Medora? My advice to other students is to do what you want with your life. Don’t try to let other people push you toward something you don’t want to do. You are the only person who can know what is best for you.

If you go

What: Medora High School graduation

When: 7:30 p.m. Friday

Where: Medora High School gymnasium