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Leaving an impression is key for senior Mills

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Seth Mills does what he wants. He wears comfortable clothes even if they have a hole in them. He dances and sings and hums when he wants to. 

“I just don't care, most of the time, what people say,” said senior Seth William Lee Mills.

Seth carries himself very confidently, but said he understands he has weaknesses. 

“Personal space is one I struggle with routinely,” he said. “Thankfully, my classmates are very forgiving. I tend to be very, very annoying to most people.”

Senior Audrey Meyer is Seth's cousin and has attended school with him her whole life. 

“He’s always been someone who could lighten the mood in any situation,” Meyer said. “He has a very quirky sense of humor that is unmatched to anyone I know. I remember when we were in second grade, on April Fools Day, he hid a dinosaur puppet in my desk to spook me.”

Senior Alondra Gomez said Seth is funny and outgoing. “He always has something to say or something to show me. We have learned to put up with each other. He's got my back and I've got his back. Although he doesn't like to show it to people, he is a brilliant kid.”

Seth has been in band for all four years of high school. 

“Over the last 4 years, Seth always brings great energy to the music classroom, especially to the pep band,” said music teacher Talley Morrow. “He takes a lot of pride in his work on the bass drum and is willing to try new things when the music demands it. Seth is a joy to have in the classroom because he is always friendly and greets me every time I see him, even if it is the fourteenth time.”

Mills plans to go to college for graphic design and freelance in a big city and plans to save up enough to invest.

“I try to leave a good impression on everyone,” Mills said. “If I can’t leave a good impression I try to leave an impression at least.”

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