Interview #1, back to school- Nolan Smith
David: Thank you for the opportunity to interview you. I’m here to ask you about back to school. so,What is your favorite part about back to school, Nolan?
Nolan: I would say getting to see people I didn’t get to see over summer is pretty cool.
David: Fair enough, and I agree. On the flip-side, what is your least favorite part (of b.t.s.)?
Nolan: Homework is my least favorite part by far.
David: Oh as every kid’s is as well, I’d assume. Do you enjoy your classes though?
Nolan: Yeah, a few are starting very slow though, so they can be boring.
David: I’m sorry to hear that, I certainly hope they start gaining traction soon. What is your favorite class this year so far?
Nolan: I’d say Principles of Engineering with Mr. Sklenicka.
David: Sounds like an interesting class. What would have you done differently in your first week of school?
Nolan: In the first week I could have sat next to new people instead of my friends, so I could meet new people.
David: Interesting, it’s good to separate from your bungee cord buddy. What would you not change about what you did?
Nolan: I would not change sitting next to my friends in my AP Government class.
David: Fair enough, your friends often make the class. Are you content with being a senior already?
Nolan: I’m still getting used to it being my senior year, but I’m happy with it.
David: Fair enough, I feel the same. What was your favorite year of high school so far?
Nolan: My favorite year… probably junior year, but I feel senior year will be even better.
David: I feel the exact same, senior year is certainly an exciting time. What was your least favorite year?
Nolan: My least favorite year was sophomore year, I just wasn’t a big fan of my classes, it was just a boring year.
David: That makes sense, I’m glad the next year was better for you. Final question, what is your least favorite class this year?
Nolan: That’s a tough choice, but the one I enjoy the least is Photo with Miss Hinkle, I was just put into it instead of 3D Design. It’s a good class though.
David: How unfortunate, I hope you come to enjoy it. Well, thus concludes our interview. Thank you for joining me today, Nolan. It was a pleasure.