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Pardue Heads to Clemson

Haley Pardue poses in her graduation gown

Sean Simms

Haley Pardue poses in her graduation gown

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“Haley Pardue has been a long time friend of mine. She is sweet, caring, and so hardworking. I’m lucky to have been able to have her by my side these past years and to be able to call her one of my closest friends,” says Zayn DeAndre, one of Haley’s closest friends.

During her high school years, Pardue has been involved in a number of activities.  Her freshman, sophomore, and junior year she played on the women’s soccer team and was a captain her second year. Pardue also became a member of the National Beta Club and National Honor Society, this year, she was the secretary of NHS. Pardue became a writer on The Blue and Gold newspaper her sophomore year and eventually became the news editor.  

Pardue has been accepted into Clemson University and plans to start in the fall of 2018.  She hopes to major in computer engineering with a minor in mathematical engineering. Pardue thanks everyone who helped to get her through her years at TR. To her best friends, Jessica, Zayn, Danielle, Mia, Sebastian, Brittney, Olivia, she thanks them for being such amazing influences and for sticking by her side through everything. She also thanks Mr. Cash for being an amazing teacher, mentor, and for guiding her through “the tough problems in both calculus, and life.”

Haley Pardue at her future school, Clemson– Mia Koppari

Pardue gives this important piece of advice to the rising freshman: “remember that high school is short; take every opportunity you can to just stop, have fun, and enjoy every moment”

We wish Pardue the best of luck in everything the future has for her. Thank you for being such a sweet soul and for everything you have contributed to The Blue and Gold!

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About the Writer
Sophie Nauta, Co Editor-in-Chief

Sophie is senior and second year writer for the Blue and Gold. This year, she finishes her fourth year of cross country as a co-captain. When Sophie isn’t...

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