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MOUNTAINBURG PUBLIC SCHOOLS


After High School, I plan to go to college for certificate, marry Callie, and build a house. The most valuable thing I have learned from High School is that you are who you want to be. My advice to underclassmen would be to try to get along with everyone because four years can fly by so don’t get caught up in drama. My favorite memory was writing notes in U.S. History and spending every day with Callie.

I plan to go to college at UAFS and then run a daycare center. The most valuable thing I have learned is that teacher’s call you trouble if you are the good kids in school. My advice to the underclassmen is to not make fun of people; it hurts their feelings. My favorite memory is getting to see my friend’s every day.

After High School, I plan to work in the oil fields with the rest of my family. The most valuable thing I have learned is not to play too much, and as for basketball, watch it from the bench; when your time comes, shine like a star. My favorite memory was uniting “MDF.”


After High School, I will find a job, begin college full time, and start my life with Chandler Dobbins the most positive thoughts. The most valuable thing I have learned during High School is that nobody is on your side, you will have few good friends that do, but other than that nobody does. My advice to underclassmen is to not check out 8th hour even if you have study hall, and to pick your friends wisely. My favorite memory was the “Drop Dead Gorgeous” halftime show.

After High School I plan on starting college and becoming a teacher and a basketball coach. The most valuable thing I have learned is to not procrastinate. I advise underclassmen to live it while you can; it goes by fast.

After High School, I plan to go to college and do something. The most valuable thing I’ve learned is that drama gets spread around fast. My advice to underclassmen is don’t do drugs, and go to prom!


My plans after High School is to go to college to become a veterinary technician and some day open my own clinic and to marry Michael. I also plan on having a farm were children with disabilities are able to come play with animals and experience taking care of them. The most valuable thing I have learned from this year is to find out who your friends are. And don’t always believe what you hear. If you treat the teachers with respect, you will get it back, sometimes. My advice is to not get caught up in all the drama you just have to remember that after the day you graduate, you will probably never see them ever again.

After High School, I will go to college, learn more things and become a basketball coach. The most valuable thing I have learned is how to warm a bench. Good luck to all my underclassmen! My favorite memory has been spending the past four years with all my friends.

I plan to go to cosmetology school after high school. My favorite memory has been hanging out with Tishina and Farrah.


After High School, I plan to attend Ouachita Baptist University to become a dietician. The most valuable thing I have learned from High School is to not do anything or tell anyone something you wouldn’t want everyone else to know. My advice to underclassmen is that procrastination only leads to more procrastination. My favorite memory has been spending high school with my friends.

After High School I plan to finish my Criminal Justice degree and then go to law school. Gonna be a gajillionare. I learned that the most important thing is to be yourself no matter what anybody else thinks. I would tell the underclassmen to have fun now, cause after high school life hits fast and hard. My favorite memory was Prom! We had an AMAZING Prom .

Robert Torbitt After High School, I plan to go to college for an associate’s degree in electronic technology. The most valuable thing I learned is all the useless knowledge I may not use. My advice to underclassmen is to stay out of trouble and do everything you are supposed to do. My Favorite memory was when Mrs. Johnson got pied.


After I High School, I plan on going to college and getting an engineering degree so that I won’t be broke. I have learned that people move to a bigger school because they say there will be “less drama,” but most of the time they just come back. My advice to the underclassmen is to graduate. My favorite memory is cutting down the district tournament nets at Cedarville my junior year.

After high school, I’m going to take a break, enjoy life, and sing every chance I can. I learned to be myself and to keep a positive attitude. My advice is to be yourself, take one day at a time and sing! Don’t sweat the small stuff. My favorite memory was making lots of friends.

After High School, I plan to go to college. The most valuable thing I have learned is that math is a horrible thing. I advise my underclassmen to go to school so they won’t have to take semester tests. My favorite memory was going to state in basketball.


I’m going to Arkansas Tech University in Russellville after High School. I learned to have as much fun as you can. My advice is when things are going bad, stop and look at yourself. Worry about your own problems and nothing else will matter. My favorite memory during school was the 2011 prom!! It was AMAZING and it will never be topped!

After High School, I am going to college. The most valuable thing I have learned from high school is to get out of the drama circle. I advise underclassmen to not care what other people say. My favorite memory has been doing my own thing through high school.

After High School, I am going to go to Paul Mitchell School, and enjoy my friends over the summer. The most valuable thing I have learned is to be who you want to be not who people want you to be… And pay attention in Mr. H’s class! My advice to underclassmen is to not sleep in school and do not ride four wheelers. My favorite memories have been from my junior year, 5th hour study hall.


I plan to party after High School. Never trust anyone. I don’t have a favorite memory during school. I’m trying to forget my memories here.

After High School, I am moving into my condo in Fort Smith. The most valuable thing I learned is that ISS doesn’t help at all, and my advice to underclassmen is to not get it as much as me!

After High School, I’m going to U of A Fort Smith for Art classes. I have learned that being a senior is not too easy. My advice is good luck next year. I don’t have a specific favorite memory because the whole school year was fun.


I plan to go to UAFS after High School and get a degree in something I have yet to decide. The most valuable thing I have learned is to trust very little people. I advise underclassmen not to wish away time. My favorite memory was going to state in basketball.

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I plan to go to UAFS for a bachelors in IT-programming or game development, using the income from scholarships and grants to live off of and begin saving. The most valuable thing I have learned is that you have the right to fight (metaphorically speaking) for your beliefs. I advise underclassmen to keep their grades up; it’s worth it in the future. My favorite memory during school was when Coach Barton would use is distinct and eloquent art of awakening to wake up students.


After High School, I plan to go to college and become a teacher. The most valuable thing I have learned from high school is that everyone knows everything about everyone. I advise my underclassmen to not procrastinate. My favorite memory was being voted homecoming queen.

After High School, I am going to become a welder. The most valuable thing I have learned from this high school is to find out who your friends are. My advice to underclassmen is to stay close to your friends closer to your enemies, but always trust people that are the closest to you. My favorite memory was when everyone left the football game to watch a fight.

I plan on going to college after I graduate. The most valuable thing I have learned is to have good friends and do well in high school. My advice to underclassmen is to do your best at everything you do. My favorite memory was the field trip to the Alma Performing Arts Center to watch plays.


I plan to go to the Fire Academy. I learned that it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. Underclassmen live it up as much as you can!! My favorite memories during school were football and friends.

After High School, I plan to enjoy my 2011 summer then get a job to save up towards getting a place of my own. The most valuable thing I have learned is to deal with snooty people and learned that not everyone has good intentions. My advice to underclassmen is that drama really isn’t worth it, don’t sweat the small things and the sun will be out tomorrow. My favorite memories have been lunch with all my girls.

I plan to go to Police Academy after high school. I learned to never accept the inevitable. Underclassmen: stay; stay as long as you can, for the love of God, CHERISH IT!!! My favorite memory was having lunch with my friends because we have a whole lot of memories.


I plan to further my education after I graduate. The most valuable thing I have learned from high school is that 2+2=6. My advice to underclassmen is to live it up. My favorite memory has been watching fights in speech class.

I plan to attend college at UAFS. The most valuable thing I have learned is that showing up to school on time is very important. My favorite memories have been lunch time with my friends.

I plan to go to college and get a career after High School. I learned to pick and choose your battles and to be the bigger person. My advice is to not procrastinate and don’t do work at the last minute. Pick your friends wisely. My favorite memory was the powder puff cheerleaders and the elementary holiday activities and parties.


After High School, I plan to work over the summer and attend Arkansas Tech in the fall. The most valuable thing I have learned is that confidence is the key to everything. I advise my underclassmen to not take anything seriously, my favorite memory was going to state and staying at the hotel, playing ping pong and hanging in the hot tub.

After high school I will go to UAFS. I learned not to skip too much. You might actually need a sick day. Logical argument does not work with teachers. My favorite memories were Friday night Football!

I plan to get a job, then an apartment, then go to college, and then get married. The most valuable thing I have learned is to never trust anyone to have your back and everyone lies. My advice is to get out while you still can. My favorite memory was graduation when I wasn’t at Mountainburg.


Do you remember… When Bulldog would use the bathroom every period. When Courtney Deis fought Daniel Polk. The “Drop Dead Gorgeous” halftime show during the powder-puff game. When Payton actually had guy hair. When Brad came to school on a Monday. The Dam Drill When the cupid shuffle was popular in basketball. When Suede got pimpest ride and his truck wouldn’t start. When both basketball teams made it to state. When Michael sang “Happy Birthday” to Logan and Marcus. Alexander’s ridiculous haircuts. When Katie and Maegan took Josh Span to the school dance. When lunch detention was a punishment. When Mr. Rutherford had an eye patch. Mr. Morris’s math jokes. When Mr. Rutherford did cartwheels in the gym. Our senior skip day when all the girls talked about how hot Coach Roper is. Our “crappy” football field. When silly bands were the bomb. When Jared Cluck had ISD all year. When Mrs. Richmond served our class caviar. When Tanner got caught texting by Mr. Hunter in class. The many clipboards the basketball team went through with Coach Marshall. When Katie passed out giving blood. When we had a band. When Michelle fell in the water at the park. When Garret stuck his tongue to a frozen CO2 bottle and Josh tried to rip it off. When Josh would make dolphin noises.


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Mountainburg High School Senior Edition May 2011

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