School subject: Spanish
Extracurricular activities: Drama, Select Choir, Quiz Bowl
Hobbies: Autocross and drawing
Store: Barnes and Noble
Musical artist: Nobuo Uematsu
TV show: Sherlock
Cafeteria food must-have: I pack
Last book read that wasn’t required: American Gods
Pet peeve: People who snort their snot.
Person most admired: People who are open to all people and all possibilities.
Person I’d like to meet: Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman, Emily Short, Yoon Ha Lee
Items always in my locker: Umbrella
First job: Library volunteer
Top accomplishment: National Merit Scholar
After-graduation plans: Attend a small liberal arts college where I will study linguistics and cognitive science; go on to obtain a doctorate.
Career goal: To use my education in a way to make the world a better place.
Quote from teacher: “Molly is a surprise package,” said Raymond Hafemann, foreign language department chairman. “When you first meet this unassuming, small young lady, you would be tempted to overlook her. Yet once you see this young lady’s list of achievements, or better, have a chance to see some of her creative writing, you realize the special talents that she has. She has the skills of one who has studied Spanish for far more years than she has. Molly will be a gem for wherever she chooses to attend college and an attribute to the institution. I can’t wait to see what she accomplishes in her lifetime!”
— Information is compiled for The Blade by the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West.
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