Student Life

Music from high school influences teachers’ current playlist

As many McNick teachers can testify, the definition of “popular” high school music has changed a lot over the years. And while the staff has picked up a few of the current music trends, they tend to still favor the music they listened to during their high school days. When asked about their current favorite songs, these were the responses:

Music means something different to everyone, and can be an important part of a person’s identity. Knowing this, it makes sense that many adults stick to their high school musical preferences.  While life after high school changes, graduates will always have their high school music to reminisce about their ‘golden years.’

About Hayley Coldiron

Senior Hayley Coldiron is an Advanced Journalism student and the Editor-in-Chief. She enjoys dancing and has been on the McNicholas Dance Team for four years. She is involved in Service Club, International Club, Spirit Club, and is a McNicholas Ambassador. Hayley also likes traveling and spending time with friends and family.

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