Super Senior: Tanner George

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Jason Shade

Tanner George may seem quiet, but there’s a method to it.

Senior Tanner George isn’t the one that would speak out. Actually he doesn’t talk very much at all.  But nonetheless Tanner George is a great and hardworking student.

Tanner, who is the latest Super Senior, has goals of getting good grades.

“I want to get good grades to show colleges and employers my hard work ethic, and to give myself a positive image and allow me to stand out,” Tanner said.

Tanner’s time at Bellwood-Antis is coming to an end, and he is going to miss the small class structure of the school.

“I am going to miss the small class rooms which allows for a close teacher student relationship,” he said

After high school Tanner has a future plan to become a nurse.

I like to make fun, but I don’t say anything to upset others or get me in trouble.”

— Tanner George

“I plan to go to Penn State and get my BSN (Bachelors of Science in Nursing) so I can become a RN,” said Tanner.

Outside of school Tanner is pretty active.

“My favorite activity is hunting because I love being outside, and it allows me to see different and unique landscape,” he said.

When asked about why he doesn’t talk much his response was, “I like to make fun, but I don’t say anything to upset others or get me in trouble. I found out that is one reason people like me.”

One thing that many people don’t know about Tanner is that he owns three horses, and that he goes riding almost every week.