Humans of GHS: Caleb Mills

By: Liv Walkons

 “I regret not doing better in my junior year or trying my hardest…, I got lazy, and the loss of a friend took away my focus on my academic work. Being able to financially support yourself or others around you, as well as knowing that money and monetary objects are not of value, but friendship and love and stuff like that is a lot more beneficial in the long run is my definition of success. My ten year old self would be pretty proud of where I’ve gotten so far but he’d probably ask, ‘Well where are you going now?’ My biggest accomplishment is making it to seventeen years old. My biggest pet peeve is people walking shoulder to shoulder in school, it takes up too much space and it doesn’t allow people to go around them to go to their class and it slows people down.”

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