Senior Interview: Vanessa Lopez Mondragon

Senior Interview: Vanessa Lopez Mondragon

By Jenny Flores

Q: How does it feel to be a senior?
A: It feels really good, but at the same time unbelievable that I got to this point.

Q: What’s some advice for the next seniors?
A: Don’t get behind in your school work and never be late like me.

Q: Are you in college right now?
A: Not right now but I will in the summer.

Q: What are you doing after graduating?
A: I will be taking medical assistant classes.

Q: What will you miss the most about LCA?
A: Sister Stewart giving me tardy slips and I will miss hanging out with my friends.

Q: What is your greatest memory in LCA?
A: Jeriah hitting me with the football and giving me a concussion.

Q: Are you ready to graduate?
A: Yes. I’m excited: I’ll be out of school and no more homework… for a while.

Q: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
A: Working at a hospital and becoming an RN.

Q: What impacted you the most about LCA?
A: A chapel service back in my freshman year.

Q: Are you currently working?
A: Not yet. I’m still looking for a job.

Q: Would you come back and volunteer?
A: No.


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