Where are they going?: Jazmine Spradling
Welcome to The Mav’s Senior Tradition where we highlight our current seniors and discuss where they are headed to after high school.
Senior Jazmine Spradling (‘21) has put in tremendous effort throughout her time at Mead High School and plans on working towards her goals beyond graduation.
Spradling has chosen to venture into forensics science and physiology after high school. She wants to eventually pursue a career in either forensics science or physiology, depending on what captures her interests the most.
Spradling doesn’t have any preference towards college and says, “College doesn’t matter to me as long as it’s college.” She plans on attending college for four years, without the use of any scholarships as far as she’s aware.
Some of Spradling’s favorite memories throughout her high school years have been meeting lifelong friends and getting to spend time messing around with them. Spradling says that meeting friends has allowed her to have a more valuable high school experience.
As we watch Spradling leave Mead High School, we hope the best for her as she decides to make her own mark on the world.
A piece of advice from Jazmine to underclassmen: “Don’t care about what anyone says about you because it’s really not going to matter after high school.”
Looking into Spradling’s time attending Mead, she has found some impactful teachers, such as Mrs. Rue and Mrs. Saenz, as well as classes that interested her the most. Spradling found forensics science to be the most interesting class she’s taken.
We wish Jazmine the best of luck on her journey. She will be missed here at MHS!