The Crier Inquires: What are some predictions for the next decade?

With a new decade, change may be upon us. The Conant Crier asked students and staff what predictions they had for the next ten years.

Joe Clark | Conant Crier

Alexander Gralczyk, ‘20:

“Quantum computing will most likely become more prominent, creating immense issues in the way we encrypt our data.”

 

 

Joe Clark | Conant Crier

Sam Gosche, ‘20:

“VR gaming will become more consumer-friendly and evolve and transform the gaming industry.”

 

Joe Clark | Conant Crier

Hannah Dibek, ‘21:

“Credit card implants will become a popular thing.”

 

 

 

Joe Clark | Conant Crier

Sam Henry, ‘21:

“I think we will find alien life somewhere in the solar system.”

 

 

Joe Clark | Conant Crier

Rady Kolev, ‘23:

“Self driving cars will become very popular.”

 

 

Joe Clark | Conant Crier

 

Mr. Harbeck, English Teacher:

“I think we’re going to become even more dependent on devices. I think it’s gonna get worse than it already is.”

Joe Clark

Joe is a writer and a senior at Conant. This is his second year on the Crier staff. Outside of school, he likes to read, write, and swim.

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  1. Angelapatterson@yahoomail.com' ConantMom2024 says:

    Great predictions! Such intelligent students at our high school!

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