Alumnus Karlee Hall graduated in 2012 and went to Tarrant County College. While in high school Hall participated in cheerleading, played soccer, ran cross country and participated in athletic training.
|What have you done after high school?
“After high school I started school at TCC,” Hall said. “A year later I got a job in Risk Management at an oil company and started working full time. After working there for two years I left and started working in Real Estate. I did that for a year but left when given a better opportunity at my current job. I am now working at a roofing company and back in school part time at TCC to get my degree in education.”
What did you participate in high school?
“In high school I did cheerleading and soccer my freshman year, soccer my sophomore year, cross country my junior year and athletic training my senior year.
What did you learn or experience in high school affect you in college and beyond?
“In high school I learned not to take myself so serious all the time,” Hall said. “I learned to stop caring about what other people thought of me and to just enjoy my life and have fun.”
What are your plans for the future?
“This past month I got engaged to my boyfriend of five years so my plans are to get married in September 2018 and start a family,” Hall said. “Eventually I want to earn my degree and become an elementary teacher, but right now I am just enjoying my engagement and am in no rush.”
What is your advice to current high schoolers?
“The things that are important to you now and seem like such a huge thing in your life won’t matter in five years,” Hall said. “Don’t get caught up in the drama and enjoy your high school years, they go by quick and adulting is hard.”