Senior Spotlight: Miranda Crisp


FFA Chapter president Miranda Crisp (21) has no problem finding ways to fill up her time. While expanding her leadership skills and personal growth, Crisp inspires those around her. “The most important thing to me as a leader is practicing kindness and communication. I believe in being open minded and accepting constructive criticism so I can better myself and help show the people around me that change is necessary for personal growth. No one is perfect, but by talking to your teammates you can learn to improve your character and leadership techniques,” said Crisp.

Crisp teaches an elementary agriculture class weekly after school, and participates in the American Quarter Horse Association, National Reining Horse Association, and 4H where she trains and shows horses. After high school, Crisp plans to apply for state office through Colorado FFA. She also plans to attend Colorado State University to double major in Agricultural Education and Agricultural Business.

Crisp said, “When I graduate from Eaton High School, I hope to leave a legacy of kindness and dedication behind. Life is too short to worry about the drama that comes with high school, and I hope I’m remembered as someone who didn’t let things get to me and continued to treat everyone with kindness.”