Senior Spotlight: Montana Meyer


Kyra Eswaran

Montana Meyer

Kyra Eswaran, Staff Writer

Montana Meyer has attended Fox since eighth grade, excluding her junior year when she was a student at Windsor High School. Meyer’s favorite part of the school is the variety of AP classes that she has the opportunity to take, but she wishes that AIM was still a daily class due to the extra time for homework that it had set aside.

Meyer said that her most memorable year was her sophomore year, where seniors at the time like Gabby Harlow taught Meyer valuable life lessons. Teachers Joe Salsman and Lydia Hill were also important role models for Meyer in high school. Throughout high school, Meyer participated in speech and debate, choir, all-district choir, softball, cheer-leading, and bowling.

Meyer’s favorite classes to take were choir, taught by Hill, and AP Psychology with Ms. Sarah Meeks. Despite all of the enjoyable classes she has taken, Meyer wishes there was a cyber-security class.

Rating her preparedness to enter adulthood on a scale of 1-10, Meyer would give herself an 8. If she could give her younger self a piece of advice, it would be that neither boys nor stress are worth it.

The senior activity that Meyer most anticipates is the senior ball game. After high school, Meyer plans to attend Arkansas State University with a bowling scholarship and declare her major as Computer Science. Ten years from now, she hopes to be working for the NSA, where she has recently applied for a program, or in the Air Force. Above all, Meyer is looking for something more in life. “I just want to be happy and comfortable in my life,” Meyer said.