Senior Keegan Moriarty Has Big Plans for His Future
by Valerie Coleman
Keegan Moriarty is a senior this year at WHS. With his last year of high school coming to an end, Moriarty has big plans for his future.
WHSLionsPride: How do you feel about graduating in a few months?
Moriarty: “It is going to be bittersweet because I will be starting a new chapter of my life and will be letting go of a chapter that I have loved.”
WHSLP: What are your plans after high school?
Moriarty: “My plan after high school is to get my degree in Healthcare Administration and eventually start my own pain management firm.”
WHSLP: Where do you want to go to college?
Moriarty: “I have looked at Salisbury, Utah, and Florida Atlantic University and my number one choice as of right now is FAU.”
WHSLP: What are you most excited about for college?
Moriarty: “I am excited to learn about my career field, get a job, and make money.”
WHSLP: What lessons did you obtain from high school?
Moriarty: “In high school I learned that people come and go. I learned my own limits and who I am as a person and that has prepared me emotionally and mentally for this next step in my life.”
WHSLP: What was your favorite thing about high school?
Moriarty: “My favorite thing about high school was being able to recognize my real friends, find myself, and successfully prepare myself for the future.”
Senior McKenzie Nugent said, “Keegan is the most dedicated and determined person I know. I know that wherever he goes, he will excel and be successful.”
“Keegan has always said he was going to be a millionaire and I believe it. Once he sets his mind to something, he finds a way to accomplish it. I can definitely see him going to FAU next year, but I’ll miss him so much,” added senior Jenna Molnar.
With only four months until the class of 2018 graduates and seven months until Moriarty leaves for his fall semester of college, he is prepared and excited for his future and what it has in store for him.