Homecoming Court: Cash Wheeler

This thespian is the secretary of choir, an active swimmer on CHS’s swim team, and has now won a spot on homecoming court’s top ten. Cash Wheeler is a heavily involved student through various organizations on campus; it was only to be expected that he would be nominated by his fellow peers for Homecoming Court.

“I’m really excited; I’m happy that people like me enough to have chosen me to be on court this year,” Wheeler said. “It would be incredible to win but I don’t have to, it’s not that important to me. I’m just happy to be on court.”

Post-graduation, Wheeler would like to attend college at either Cal Poly Pomona or Pitzer and plans to major in both tech and regular theater. Cash enjoys all aspects of theater, from building sets behind the scenes to performing lines on the stage, and continues to participate in both tech theater and acting in the future. As he gets ready for college, he reflects on his own high school experiences allowing him to advise the freshmen this year.

“I still do this too but my advice would be to not freak out that much, don’t worry too much because that will just make school a hell of a lot worse,” Wheeler said.

Theater, choir, and swim are all big time commitments but, nevertheless, Wheeler makes the most of his free time. He enjoys drawing and creating art. As a performer himself, his favorite movie is Iron Giant. He also enjoys animated and horror flicks and loves listening to rock bands including TWRP, Foxboro Hot Tubs, and Hellacopters.

Wheeler thinks of his senior beach day as his best memory of high school. He fondly remembers the best part of that day being there with everyone he knew. He particularly enjoyed when all the seniors were burying each other in the sand and playing football afterwards.

Lastly, Wheeler would like to give a shout to Max Dvorak whom he refers to as “the best friend he could have ever asked for.”