Humans of Sophomore Honors: Annabelle Hiscox

For our Sophomore English Honors class, I interviewed Annabelle Hiscox. She shows her love for family and an important lesson she has learned.

By Christy W. from Eureka High School in California

“The biggest influence in my life would probably be my grandma. My grandma is constantly sick but she still does everything she needs. She’s always in the hospital every other month. When she’s in her healthy period, she goes to work and is striving. I feel very proud of her and I want to be like her when I grow up. She is so strong."

“The most important lesson I’ve learned in life is to just be nice to everyone. I remember there was a kid in my second-grade class and he was always rude. He had no friends since he was mean but ended up moving. I always tried being friends with him and he ended up being nice at the end of the school year. I learned something from that.”

Eureka High School

Soph Honors, 1st Period

Sophomore Honors English

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