This is Hailey Cervantes, a 15-year-old sophomore at San Bernardino High School. She took some time to share a little bit about herself and what she does.
Alonzo Flores: What’s your biggest achievement?
Hailey Cervantes: My biggest achievement is going through hardship during COVID and still completing the year with good grades.
AF: What are your biggest failures?
HC: One of my biggest failures was failing freshman year.
AF: And it was both semesters?
AF: What do you want for the rest of your school years?
H: For the rest of the school years I want straight A’s and to pass all my classes.
AF: What are you going to do to make that happen?
HC: I’m going to try to do all my work and turn in every assignment I get. Also pay more attention in class so I know what’s going on.
AF: What does being successful mean to you?
HC: Successful means to me, that you’re where you want to be in life and reach all your goals.
AF: What do you want for your future?
HC: I want to travel the world and possibly have one or two kids in the future. Also have a high paying job to support my family.
AF: What is your motivation in life right now?
HC: My motivation in life is my dad because he showed me that there is always more than one option.
AF: And what’s your goals for the rest of your life?
HC: The goal for the rest of my life is to be successful and to be able to travel the world.
AF: Do you have any job that you want to have in the future?
HC: Maybe be a nail tech.
HC: Because I like doing nails.