Senior Spotlight by Bethany Parvin Chelsa Elizabeth Bohlmann was brought into this world by Diane and Mike Bohlmann on April 6, 1986. Her parents have been the most inspirational people in her life because they have taught her a lot about life and have always pushed her to be the best.
Sophomore year is her most memorable moment, because she and Kim wrote "Super freak" on their triceps before volleyball practice every day.
"We were pretty cool," said Chelsa. Another memorable moment for her was when, "Mr. Bak tried to tell our class that there was such a number as 6.2 billion billion. We all thought he was a genius!"
Chelsa was voted most flirty for the senior class, and she remembers that Justin Hackett and Sam Johnsen were her first crushes at Wakonda.
When asked what she would change about her high school experience she said, "I wouldn't change a thing. I believe that you learn too much from your mistakes so there is no time for regrets. Life is too short and moves too fast to dwell on the past."
Chelsa will be attending USD to get a degree in biology (pre-dentistry). What she will miss most about high school is her friends, sports, dressing up for the boys' basketball games, and her teachers.
She has always been active in just about everything there is to be active in. Chelsa has participated in Teens-in-Action four years, Peer Helpers four years, band four years, jazz band three years, basketball four years, volleyball four years, track three years, and Character Counts two years.
Without Chelsa's spunky attitude and friendly face, the halls won't be the same. She will be greatly missed by her peers.