King's Ridge Magazine: Balancing Act
SIERRA HASCHAK IS PLUGGED IN.
Forget the fact she and her sisters have been performing in front of live audiences and millions of YouTube subscribers for years, Haschak loves her school.
And she wears the Purple and White with pride.
"I came to King's Ridge as a sophomore and it was the Fine Arts Department that really helped me get acclimated. That's where I found a great group of people to spend my time with."
Haschak is a member of the state champion dance team, is a varsity cheerleader, and plays soccer.
"I've been dancing since I was two years old and that's always been my passion," she said. "I've tried to spread out and try new things and soccer and cheer have been really fun."
Haschak balances school, extra-curricular activities, and the celebrity status of being part of a singing group with her sisters Gracie, Madison, and Olivia.
"Honestly, I try and take it one day at a time," she said. "We lived in California until I was about 10 years old and we got into dancing and singing. I've always loved performing. We've traveled across the country doing concerts. With COVID, we aren't really doing concerts, but clean musical content that kids can listen to and enjoy."
As she continues to progress through high school, Haschak has dreams of helping people in her future.
"I'm looking for a school where I can get a pre-med degree and then go to medical school," she said. "I want to go into dermatology."
For now, she's just a normal teenager, hanging with friends, studying for a math test, or working on her craft in dance, cheer, and soccer.
With 9 million followers on YouTube.