Grad Q-and-A with Crothersville’s Storm Boldery

Name: Storm Elaine Boldery

Age: 18

Hometown: Crothersville

Clubs/organizations or sports: I’ve participated in SADD, FFA and band. I also play softball, do track and was in basketball. I am a part of the National Honor Society and Sunshine Society.

Awards or special recognitions: I have won many ribbons for throwing for track. I received the honors award for FFA, and I received the John Philip Sousa Award in band.

Family: My mother is Janice Boldery, and my father is Timothy Boldery. My sister is Torri Boldery, and my brother is David Orrill.

Have you attended Crothersville all four years?

Yes, I’ve been going to Crothersville since kindergarten.

How does it feel to know you will be graduating?

It feels unreal. It just feels like yesterday that my dad was walking me into the kindergarten classroom for my first day of school.

What will you miss most about high school?

Probably playing softball and track with all my friends and playing in the band.

Do you have any memories that stick our in your mind from school?

Probably the day I was told I was eligible to take college classes from Ivy Tech (Boldery will graduate from high school with an associate degree, a program Crothersville High School offers).

How will your time at Crothersville High School help prepare you for life?

My time at CHS has taught me that hard work and dedication will get you where you need to go.

What were your favorite subjects/classes and why?

My favorite subject would have to be math, because I learned a lot. But my favorite class was English, because I always had fun in that class.

Was there any teacher who had a major influence on you? How did they impact you?

Zabrina Nicholson and Joe Law were both very influential in my life. Nicholson is the person I go to when I need to talk to someone and has always been there for me. Law taught me to not give up on things you like to do.

What are your future plans?

I have been accepted to Hanover College and plan on attending there in the fall. I do not know what career I plan on doing, but I’m keeping my mind open.

What advice do you have for students at Crothersville?

Just work hard, do not sweat the small stuff and learn when the times for fun and work are.

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What: Crothersville High School graduation

When: 8 p.m. Friday

Where: Crothersville High School gymnasium