Izzy Erickson (’21) looks forward to graduating in May.

Where are they going?: Izzy Erickson

Welcome to The Mav’s Senior Tradition where we highlight our current seniors and discuss where they are headed to.

Senior Isabella “Izzy” Erickson (‘21) has worked hard throughout her four years at Mead High School.

Erickson is unsure of what exactly she would like to do after high school. She had plans of becoming an army medic or attending trade school, but she also may decide to join the workforce directly out of high school to save up for trade school.

Erickson hopes to go into cosmetology or get an apprenticeship as a tattoo artist in the future, but she is mostly hoping to find a job that will allow her to continue to dress in the clothes she feels most comfortable in and keep her piercing.

A favorite memory of Erickson’s during high school was during her sophomore year when she played second violin in the orchestra pit for the school musical that year, “The Drowsy Chaperone”.

A piece of advice from Izzy to underclassmen is something she wished that she was told during her early years of high school: “Something is better than a zero. Talking to teachers seems scary, but it is worth it in the end.”

During her time at Mead, Erickson found many teachers that have impacted her throughout her high school career, including Mrs. Schmidt, who helped her with building confidence in regards to playing violin and personal confidence in herself.

We wish Izzy the best of luck on her journey. She will be missed at MHS!

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