Tricia Allen

Cameron Cox

Cameron Cox

Describe yourself in 3 words:    

I see myself as a hard worker, responsible, and respectful.

How do you define success?

Success is working hard, following your dreams, giving everything your best at all times, until you are satisfied with what you have and who you’ve become.

Favorite thing to do in Ridgecrest or the surrounding area?

My favorite things to do in Ridgecrest are going to the desert with my friends and to go ride my dirtbike. 

Favorite Movie? Why? 

Forrest Gump because it teaches you valuable life lessons and it’s hilarious. 

Favorite school subject? Why?

Government, that class was fun, and it is a class that gives you knowledge that you will need to help you throughout your life, for many years to come. 

Most embarrassing or unforgettable moment at BHS?

The most embarrassing times in high school would just have to be doing presentations in class, it’s very nerve wracking. 

What will you miss most about BHS?

I will miss my friends, the teachers that I liked and looked up to, and most of all my childhood. 

Who do you look up to the most? Why?

My dad, he’s always been very hard working, and he is an extremely respectable man. Has always taught me the value of hard work and respect. I look up to him. 

What are your plans after graduation? 

My plans are to begin my general education at Cerro Coso, and I find out what I want to do as a career. 

What would you do with $1 million dollars? 

I would put it somewhere safe in a bank, and I’d continue on with my life, it’s there but doesn’t mean I use it. I continue on with life. If it never gets used it goes to my kids.