Girls Track courtesy of H20 photography
Noelle plans to attend UNK and major in Education. For her, the best thing about attending our school was the activities she participated in. Noelle was proud to represent our FFA chapter at the National convention.
Christian plans to attend UNO. His best thing about attending our school was Mrs. Mach! Christian would advise younger students to just take everything slowly and be nice to the teachers, they do more for you than you actually realize.
Gavin plans to attend UNK in pursuit of a degree in pediatric nursing. He is proud of achieving a football state championship during his high school years. Gavin’s advice to younger students is to enjoy it while it lasts.
Creed plans to attend Wyoming Tech to study Automotive Tech. He would advise younger students to keep up to date on their AET for FFA. In 10 years Creed hopes to be working for himself in his own shop.
Brooke will attend UNL major in Pre-Health, Dental Hygiene. Her best thing about our school was being able to experience the new addition and playing in the new gym this past year! Brooke’s advice is your future self will thank you for working hard in school and staying active in clubs and sports.
Rylee plans to attend Northeast CC to study auto mechanics, and work in a small mechanic shop for a few years before eventually owning his own shop. Playing varsity sports was an important achievement for Rylee in high school. His advice for younger students is to stay motivated.
Trey plans to attend college at UNK and get a degree in business management. He thinks the best thing about our school is the close friends he’s made here. He is most proud of being a team captain for both football and basketball during high school.
Lane plans to attend Concordia University and play football while studying pre-physical therapy. His favorite achievement in high school was winning the 2018 State Football Championship. Lane’s advice to younger students is to try your best in school, STUDY!
Jayden will attend SCC in Beatrice. He is proud of becoming a member of National Honor Society. Jayden’s best advice for younger students would be to do your schoolwork. If you turn homework in, teachers will be more than willing to work with you, and it will make school much easier.
Cassandra plans to attend UNL. She thinks the best thing about our school is that most teachers actually care about your well-being and future. Cassandra is most proud of receiving the Big Red Star award, and would advise younger students to respect your teachers, even if you don’t like them.
Triston plans to attend Northeast Community College to become a utility lineman. He thinks the best thing about our school is that the staff members are very caring and helpful. Triston’s advice to younger students is to do your homework.
Natalie will attend UNK and major in PE and coaching. For her, the best thing about attending this school is having the ability to express herself, and be able to get to know other students personally. Her advice for younger students is to make a lot of memories with friends in high school.
Evan plans to attend UNL to major in Pre-Veterinary Medicine. He thinks the FFA program is the best thing about attending our school. Evan is most proud of making it to the International Science and Engineering Fair in Pittsburg, PA, in 2018.
Ryan will attend the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis to become a veterinarian technician. He says the best thing about attending our school is seeing his friends. Ryan’s advice to younger students is to try your hardest and ask your teachers for help.
Harvey plans to enter the workforce following graduation. He thinks that the best thing about attending our school is that some of the teachers are great and fun. Harvey is proud to be graduating. His advice to younger students is to pay attention in class.
Alexi plans to attend SCC in Beatrice, majoring in Livestock Management and Production. She is proud of becoming the President of our FFA Chapter. Alexi’s advice to younger students is to take advantage of your time here at Wilcox-Hildreth because it goes by faster than you think.
Abby will attend UNL as a Pre-Health major. Her best high school achievement is making amazing friends. Abby’s advice to younger students is don't be nervous about asking your teacher if you have a question or are confused about anything because they're always ready to help you.
Magnolia plans to attend the University of Nebraska at Omaha. She is proud of attending the Summer Honors Program in math for five years. Magnolia’s advice for younger students is to be involved in the community, not just in school.