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Senior Dianne Do says, “It feels so great to be a Homecoming finalist! It’s kind of an embarrassing dream of mine [since I was a little girl].” The title perfectly fits Do who says that during her last year of high school she wants to be a part of great dances. She admits that she never expected to be nominated because she came from a feeder school for San Gabriel High, didn’t know many people, and was shy and quiet. Between her freshman and senior years, she says she has learned more about herself and has become more social.
In addition to the title of Homecoming Finalist, Do is also a part of Drill Team and ASB’s Girl’s Commissioner of Athletics. Drill plays a big part in her life. Do describes the annual sleepover saying, “It’s my favorite memory because you have all these girls from different backgrounds, with different friends that can come together and bond over a mutual interest…at one point in the night we sit around in a circle and we talk about anything. By the end almost the whole team is crying because we feel for each other.” She is also passionate about working with ASB because she enjoys making the school spirited and feels like the group is one big family.
She gives shoutouts to Drill Team, her princesses, ASB, and her number one, BChow. “My advice for underclassmen is simple: do what you love and love what you do. High school isn’t hard, find a group of friends that you can relate to, get good grades, and make some memories.”