Grace Jolley Profile

Q and A with Grace Jolley


Taylor Hammer, Staff

When you are old, what do you think your children will want you to tell stories about?

My childhood and teenage years during the pandemic. The struggle that it has been, compared to what life will be for them, will be so different. 

What’s one thing that you wish you could change about the world?

I wish people would actually listen to the guidelines that are put in place and not make this a political issue. I really hope that someday everyone will work together to make our country a better place. 

What is your biggest fear? Why?

My biggest fear is being forgotten. I want to do something with my life and make a difference in the world. 

What is your dream? If you could be anywhere, doing anything with your life, what would it be? 

I’d have my own lab at NASA. Space is really interesting to me and shooting for NASA would be a dream of mine! I want to discover the undiscovered and find out why things are the way that they are. 

What has been your favorite high school memory so far?

Marching band memories for sure! I love being a part of the drumline. We have meals together before every football game, and we have so much fun.

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