Senior Spotlight: Sydney Mills


Charlotte Reynolds, Managing Editor

Sydney Mills (22) plans to continue her volleyball career in college and study neonatal nursing. Mills has played varsity volleyball throughout high school and played on a travel club team as well. Mills said, “The most important letter of the EATON acronym to me is ownership. It is important to own your actions and be aware of them. Something I learned as a student is an importance of owning up to not studying or doing your homework. This allowed me to grow as a person and learn for next time, and prepare for the real world”.

Mills exemplifies what it means to take ownership as a leader at EHS. “A legacy I hope to leave behind a legacy of being kind and supportive towards my peers. By being supportive, I can help someone feel good about themselves,” said Mills. Ownership also plays a role in being the best leader one can be. Mills said, “As a leader at EHS I aspire to help others, even if they don’t know me. I hope students trust me and are comfortable with me. By doing this, it encourages others to do the same.”