Jessica Parente, Reporter

Passionate senior Maggie Weaver is motivated to pursue her dream of attending DeSales University to major in dance and eventually open her own dance studio. Weaver is a standout in English and participates in SGA and class cabinet.  

Who will you remember most in Bangor and why?   

I will remember all the friends that I have made, because each one shined a light on my life and helped me grow. 

What is your worst high school memory and why?  

Taking online classes in my junior year, because I was not able to see my friends and learn in person. 

Who influenced you most during high school and why?  

My mom has influenced me a lot, especially when it came to my senior year when I applied to college. She was my biggest supporter. She went to my audition, and she made me forget why I was so nervous. 

Describe what you hope your life will be like in ten years.  

In 10 years, I want to have opened my own dance studio where I am teaching what I love to do. I also hope to be married with kids of my own. 

Which event, events will you miss the most at Bangor and why?  

I will miss the choir concerts. I always loved singing with the huge group of great people. It was nice to show everyone the amazing talents we all had. 

What is your favorite quote to live by and why?  

“Life is a journey.” I live by this because each step a take goes towards something greater, and it takes time to get to your goals or where you want to be. 

What made you become so passionate about dancing? 

Watching my one specific dance teacher dance through the years showed me what it was like to have such a passion and it allowed me to explore my own love and passion for it. 

If you could only live with 3 things, what would they be and why? 

My family. Well, there is just too many of them, so I cannot just name one, but I could never go a day without any of them. Then my friends, which allow me to branch away and have fun; and then, my Bible, so I can always go back to my faith.