Student Spotlight On Elisa-Marie Rivera


Elisa-Marie Rivera

Tyler Stone, Staff Writer

What motivates you to come to school?

Being able to receive a good education & graduate already to start a successful career.

What is something that you have learned in your childhood that has stuck with you?

To never give up, and to keep striving the best & for what I really want. Motivation is key to a lot & if you really want something you will really try your hardest to have it. Also know who is really there for you & who will ride through the hardest times with you no matter how hard you hit rock bottom. Someone who will help you stand back up & get back on your feet. 

What qualities do you value in people who you spend time with?

 Trust, loyalty, and honesty.

What is your life motto?

“Work hard is silence and let success be your noise”

What are your plans after graduation?

To go to college. I have several colleges in mind as of right now but my goal is to earn my degree for nursing & go to school while working in nursing homes, and hospitals. 

What is your goal for this year?

To pass all my classes with a 3.5 or higher GPA, & start being able to start taking college classes my senior year to start my career early. 

Who do you consider your biggest role model, and why? 

My mother, she has been there for me every step of the way. She has never been doubtful, & is always so positive, caring, understanding, & always bringing good vibes & energy.   

Is water wet?

Yes, come on, water is wet. 

What movie can you watch over and over without ever getting tired of? 

The Titanic.

What’s the funniest word in the English language?