Dakota Parsons


      “That was my first home game of football ever….but it was the most school spirit I’ve seen us have.” Dakota Scott Parsons. White/Native-American. Still deciding on his school because he’s split between going to college to either become a firefighter or a college football player. Sagittarius, and he finds it relatable (although he doesn’t really know much about it). Dakota’s not only full of energy, but he values hard work. That’s why he believes that love is something you can’t just give up on as it’s not supposed to be “perfect 24/7.” That’s why when he wanted to play football, he eventually got onto the team and became captain. And that’s why he’s always active, either playing football, powerlifting, or working out. If Dakota goes a day without doing something physical, he knows that he’ll be a little bit more negative, and he doesn’t want to be that person. He already gets along with most people and aims to stand as rather someone who’s cool and fun to be around. But, nonetheless, he does say that he can sometimes get into a really bad mood for no reason, and sometimes he can tend to put too much of his focus on the negative traits of other people. He wants to work on that. He hopes to be more positive, with the Law of Attraction in mind. He also hopes to become better at being a leader as he felt that he could’ve been a better football captain this year. And these aspirations will surely come true as Dakota values more action over “talking.” It seems that he’ll one day become a firefighter, with a flexible schedule & early retirement. But with more luck, Dakota’s bigger dream is to become a football player because he “loves” it. Either way, he’ll be living in a Texas or North Carolina 2-story home that has 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a big backyard. He’ll have a good 10-acre property with 1-2 dogs and a cat, 2-3 kids, and a wife. Charter support team: (Ainsley, Shane, Nyree, who had all left), Memez, Jena. Favorite movies: Forrest Gump & The Pursuit of Happiness. Favorite artists: Polo G., Lil Tjay, J. Cole, NF. Advice for charter underclassmen: “Even if you don’t see the significance of the school work … just think about the future.”

  • By: Jena Manning