SOUTHEASTERN ATHLETE COMMITTED TO PLAY LACROSSE FOR BRIDGEWATER STATE UNIVERSITY
Three-Season Athlete shares her thoughts on moving on to college
Long hard work finally pays off. A senior from Southeastern, Camryn Gonsalves (East Bridgewater) is committed to playing on the women’s Lacrosse team at Bridgewater State University.
In an interview recently, Camryn, who goes by Cami, discussed how she’s been playing for quite some time, “I play for a club team and I’ve been training with a team year-round since 7th grade.”
Now, after years of playing lacrosse, one can say that Cami is happy about being recruited. She says, “I was very happy because I’ve been talking to the coach for a while and she has always told me that she was interested in me and would like for me to play for her.”
Staying fit during the pandemic is a really hard thing to do. Especially with gyms being closed, the fear of Covid, and winter. Cami touches on how she is staying fit. She says, “In the beginning, I was going for runs and working out but it’s been harder as it gets cold. I have been still trying to work out at home throughout all of this.”
Cami looks to the future and says she is “…looking forward to going to college and playing at a higher level of lacrosse. I am also looking forward to being more independent and living on my own on a college campus.”
At Southeastern, students choose from 20 career majors in preparation for life’s challenges and opportunities. Our school combines a rigorous academic curriculum with state of the art vocational and technical studies to help students realize their full learning potential. The schedule is designed to have students alternate between academic and technical coursework. This process promotes the integration of studies and helps bridge the gap between theoretical and practical experience.
The hands-on approach to learning helps connect students to education and provides the basis for life-long learning – an essential skill in today’s highly competitive global market. Upon graduation, students have the choice of furthering their education in any two or four-year institution or going directly into the workforce.
The Southeastern Regional Vocational Technical School District consists of a four-year public high school and a post-secondary technical institute. The high school offers 20 career majors to students from Brockton, East Bridgewater, Easton, Foxboro, Mansfield, Norton, Sharon, Stoughton, and West Bridgewater
To learn more about Southeastern, please visit: https://www.sersd.org/
Submitted by: Kayla Barros, Freshman Exploratory, Brockton, MA