Q&A with Natalie Barranco

Q: How would you describe yourself?

A: “Hard working sometimes, and caring.”

Q: What do you think of high school so far?

A: “It’s okay.”

Q: Do you like high school or middle school better?

A: “High school, middle school sucked.”

Q: What is your favorite class so far? Why?

A: “Sign language because I like the people and I enjoy learning the language.”

Q: What do you do in your free time?

A: “Watch Friends on Netflix and bake.”

Q: What is something you wish you did in your free time?

A: “I wish I spent more time outside.”

Q: Do your prefer computer work or paper work? Why?

A: “Computer work because I can type faster than I can write.”

Q: What are you planning on doing after high school?

A: “Going to college and probably studying business.”

Q: What is your favorite food? Why?

A: “I like mac and cheese because it is really fun to bake and to eat.”

Q: Do you have any pets?

A: “I have dogs and guinea pigs. My dogs names are Tonks and Luna, and my guinea pigs are Serenity and Chewie.”

Q: What is your favorite color? Why?

A: “I like grey because I wear a lot of it.”

Q: What is your biggest goal in life?

A: “No matter what I end up doing, I want to be really successful in whatever field I’m in.”

Q: What do you think most people think of you?

A: “I think most people think I’m tired, smart and hopefully a pretty nice person.”

Q: If you could live anywhere in the world where would you live?

A: “In New York City or Los Angeles, a really big city.”

Q: Where is the coolest place you have ever been?

A: “One time I went to Colorado and I took a train up really high mountains. I got to go sledding on giant sand dunes.”  

Q: If we were going to remember one thing about you, what would you want us to remember?

A: “I don’t know. I think I would want people to remember a lot about me.”

Q: What is your favorite animal?

A: “I really like dogs, they are fun to hang out with.”

Q: Do you have a favorite number?

A: “17.”

Q: What do you hope people learned from this interview?

A: “I don’t know if they will learn anything, my answers were not that good.”

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