A statement about yourself in six words. An ongoing project in The Gazebo.
Alex Stefanis, senior
“We tell stories to escape reality.”
Emma Hayley, freshman
"People who underestimate are always wrong."
“Not afraid to laugh at myself!”
Kieran MacKinnon, junior
“Live every day like game day.”
Maddie Fackler, sophomore
"Nihilism disregards ‘insignificant’ wonders of life.''
Will Deal, junior
“Coach Bailey, How 'bout them loops?”
Alex Hall, sophomore
“Guarding colors and music, my happiness”
Whitney Sikes, senior
“I can’t wait to leave Macon”
Carly Blackwood, freshman
“You’re somebody’s sunshine, so burn bright.”
Nate Jones, junior
“Ask me again in a month.''
Ellen Adams, junior
“I love Macon and also Chick-fil-A.”
Mimi Rader, sophomore
"We pull apart, but grow together.''
Todd Battcher, junior
"I came. I saw. I conquered.''
Claudia Pope, sophomore
“Free cheese only comes in traps.”
Elizabeth Sellers, junior
"You play to win the game.''
Mrs. Michelle Fleming, English teacher
“English goddesses still get tired, too.”
Miland Rugnath, freshman
"Honey, your Gucci bag is fake.''
Emily Hunt, freshman
“I am not a bad person.''
McKay Powers, senior
“My sister, Katie Beth, is cool.”
Sam Atkinson, senior
“When the music is good, dance”
Zuna Shabbir, senior
“I don’t know what I’m doing.”
Shorter McCook, freshman
“Will six words ever be enough?”
Stetson Hatcher, sophomore
“It sounded better in my head.”
Bond Almand, sophomore
“Football takes up all my time.”
Mary Blue Butler, freshman
"If you believe it, achieve it."
Sarah Pyles, sophomore
“Always bending but still see straight.”
Lauren McElrath, sophomore
“Martha Bowman rests my safe place.”
Mr. Bobby Stecher, math teacher
“ I solved a Rubik's Cube today.''
Kenna McElmurray, sophomore
“Yes, I throw like a girl.''
Nick O’Neal, senior
“Artistic. Strong. Unique. Generous. Exquisite. Funny.”
Matt Newberry, junior
“Just look up some good ones.”
Madelyn Poss, sophomore
"Never leave house without a ring.''
Hunter Hogan, sophomore
“Embrace the grind, before I resign.”
Vivian Duong, senior
“Do not sweat the small stuff.''
Elizabeth Cochran, freshman
“I couldn’t find a good one.''
Molly Griffin, senior
"I like to paint and draw.''
Nadia Reese, junior
"I shoot to beat the clock.''
Nick Jokhai, junior
"Treat every day like Taco Tuesday.''
Katie Beth Powers, freshman
"What do you want from me?"
David Grant, junior
"I love Chick-fil-A and playing tennis.''
Griffin Matson, senior
“This is my time to grind.”
Mary Kate Groves, sophomore
“I can’t live without my dogs!”
Meggie Aivalotis, senior
"Life's too big for six words.''
Molly Garud, junior
"I love to laugh and smile."
Holly Hunt, junior
"Stresses beyond beliefs, still watching Netflix."
Mekhi Lyder, freshman
“Was just born this good looking.”
Ben Jamison, sophomore
"Above the line, all the time."
Jamie O’Quinn, senior
"Treat everyday like it's game day."
Lew Story, freshman
"They call me Lunch Money Lewis."
Lawson Cole, freshman
"I like peanut butter and jelly."
Gabrielle Rader, Sophomore
"Music translates unexpressed emotion tongues cannot"
Anaya Thomas, senior
"Things will get better, just wait"
Will Fackler, sophomore
"Okay, Dr. Ercole, I'll shut up now."
Sophie Denisar, junior
"I like eating chips and queso."
Abby Ellison, junior
“Krusty Krab pizza IS the pizza.”
Aaron Perkel, freshman
"Talk to you when I'm famous"
Mary Spencer Reeves, freshman
"Sometimes you just have to laugh"
Shaw London, sophomore
"Monochrome piano keys making bright colors."
Lolly McMahon, sophomore
Dylan Driver, Freshman
“How do you even spell memoir?”
Lila McCord, sophomore
"You look just like your siblings."
Varnika Guduri, freshmen
"I would rather be in bed."
Haaris Ahmed, sophomore
"I really love watching Arsenal games."
Blakely Harrell, freshman
"I, Blakely Harrell love cute puppies!"
Maimee Henderson, senior
"Macaroni and cheese is freaking awesome"
Holland Schell, senior
"What are we eating for lunch?"
Hampton Tiller, Junior
"I've got ice all over me."
George Seagraves, Sophomore
"Where is soda-pop at right now?"
Hadley Neal, senior
"Life is just a party. Dance!"
Katherine Hamilton, senior
"Well, I thought it was funny"
Gracie Bell, senior
"Is this enough, I don't care."
Anna Grace Grossnickle, junior
"I love chicken minis for breakfast."
Mrs. Susan Lolis, Teacher
"Stories burn my fingertips, my soul."
Will Chambless, senior
"I buy Chick-fil-A almost every day."
Lillie Sweet Strickland, junior
"I love cheering on the Eagles!"
Annika Brooks, sophomore
“Dance can move art can feel”
Grey Faulkner, junior
" Chick-fil-A almost every day."
Jack Miscall, sophomore
“May I have some oats, brother?"
Olivia Santoyo Turullols, sophomore
"Seven cities, eight schools, one turtle."