Senior Spotlight

Posted December 13, 2012 at 8:26 pm


Garrett Wall

by: Carla Robinson

student reporter

Garrett Wall, son of Brent and Raylinn Wall was born June 22, 1994.

Garrett has one sibling, a younger brother named Casey.

Garrett is sometimes called “Wall-E” by his family and friends.

Garrett’s favorite sport to participate in is rodeo.

“Wall-E’s” favorite movie is Star Wars; his favorite musician is Shine Down; and his favorite saying is, “I don’t know.”

Garrett’s favorite childhood memory is lighting firecrackers on the Fourth of July.

When Garrett was younger, he imagined himself as Lane Frost or Obi-Wan Kenobi.

If Garrett could relive one moment of his life, it would be going to rodeos with his best friends Ethan Hecht and JD Steen.

In Garrett’s life, the people who have inspired him the most are his parents and grandparents because they always told him how well he could do if he tried.

“Wall-E’s” most memorable moment was running at the state track meet.

Garrett is currently employed by helping to maintain the apartment building that his grandfather owns.

Garrett’s greatest achievement is getting tenth place in the two mile at the state track meet.

What Garrett likes most about high school is being around all of his friends.

“Wall-E’s” advice to underclassmen is to enjoy every day of high school because they don’t last long.

Garrett’s biggest regret about high school is not going out for football.

“Wall-E’s” favorite excuse for being tardy is, “My locker wouldn’t open.” Also, his favorite excuse for not turning homework in on time is, “I forgot it.”

While in high school, Garrett’s favorite class has been Speech because he likes to watch and learn from other people doing different and funny things.

After high school, Garrett plans to go to college.

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