Senior Spotlight: Ameia Harris

Ameia Harris is happy to be a senior and can’t wait to see what’s next to come.

“Being a senior is an emotional but relieving feeling,” Harris said. She was a Varsity cheerleader and was a member of the Beta Club throughout high school.

Her plans after high school are to go to Hampton University to study pre-med and biology to become a doctor.

“High school has its ups and downs; at one point you think you’re doing ok, and the next you get hit with something unexpected,” Harris said.

“My favorite class was yearbook with Mrs. Hall. It was a class that made me feel relaxed and wasn’t overwhelming,” she said.

The things she’ll miss about high school are making memories with her friends and staying young. “My best friends in high school are Zanya Keen, Taylynn Fitzgerald, Chancity Wilson, and Alexandria Wilson,” she said.

“My advice for incoming freshmen is to stay on top of your school work,” she said.¬†“I have more self-confidence now than from when I was a freshman,” Harris said.

The highlight of her senior year was basketball Senior Night because she got to walk with her parents and got recognized for being a cheerleader/senior.