School subject: History because it’s interesting to see how much we have advanced.
Extracurricular activity: Naval Sea Cadets Corp (a Navy youth program that shows what the Navy is all about)
Hobbies: Reading because it’s fun to step into other worlds.
Car: 1994 Dodge Stealth
Musical artist: 3 Doors Down and Elvis
Movies: The Princess Bride and The Mummy
TV shows: Once Upon A Time and Modern Family
Cafeteria food must-have: Chicken bowl
Last book read that wasn’t required: A Light in Shining Armour by Jude Deveraux
Pet peeve: Lying
Person most admired: Mr. Anderson, my automotive technology teacher, because he has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to working on cars.
Person I’d like to meet: Johnny Depp because he’s an amazing actor.
Items always in my locker: Safety glasses
First job: Working at the Eastwood Middle School concession stand.
Top accomplishment: Earlier this yaer, I was named the Cadet of the Year by the Naval Sea Cadets Corp.
After-graduation plans: Next year, I plan to attend Owens Community College where I will enter the Caterpiller Dealer Service Technician program.
Career goal: My career goal is that whatever I do I will have fun and love it.
Quote from teacher: “Courtney has been a model student during her two years in the automotive technology program at Penta. She is a responsible self-starter, a joy to have in class and sets a good example for the other students,” said Bob Anderson, instructor of automotive technology at Penta Career Center. “She exhibits fantastic leadership capabilities as president of the SkillsUSA, a student leadership organization, in the automotive technology program. Courtney always goes the extra mile and is the first student to ask for ‘something else to do.’ She is a pleasure to have in class and she brightens the day with her smile and personality. Courtney is at the top of her class and has endless opportunities awaiting her. She will succeed in all her efforts.”
— Information is compiled for The Blade by the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West.
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