Northview High School
School subject: Chemistry
Extracurricular activity: Band
Hobbies: Playing and listening to music
Car: BMW Z3
Store: Forever 21
Musical artist: Green Day
Movie: The Star Wars Saga
TV show: The Big Bang Theory
Cafeteria food must-have: Grilled cheese Wednesday!
Last book read that wasn't required: Angels and Demons
Pet peeve: When my erasers run out … then I can't erase anymore
Person most admired: My mom, Kelley Weddington
Person I'd like to meet: Idina Menzel
Items always in my locker: My books
First job: Junior Wildcat cheerleading coach through Sylvania Recreation
Top accomplishment: Being accepted to every music school I auditioned for
After-graduation plans: Attend either Ohio University or Ohio State University to major in music education
Career goal: I plan to be a high school band director and eventually I hope to become a college clarinet professor.
Quote from teacher: "Blayne is a driven young woman who excels both academically and extracurricularly," said Stacie Wachowiak, counselor. "Her enthusiasm is infectious and motivational to many other students here at Northview."
Kiley Armstrong, St. Ursula Academy.
St. Ursula Academy
School subject: Math
Extracurricular activity: Soccer
Hobbies: Hanging with friends, reading, running, swimming
Car: Ford GT
Store: Forever 21
Musical artist: Darius Rucker
TV show: Big Bang Theory
Cafeteria food must-have: Sugar cookies
Last book read that wasn't required: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Pet peeve: Being late
Person most admired: My sister, Haley
Person I'd like to meet: Hope Solo
Items always in my locker: Water bottle
First job: Soccer referee
Top accomplishment: Playing on the team that beat Walsh Jesuit to become the first girls soccer team from northwest Ohio to compete in the state finals
After-graduation plans: Attend Case Western Reserve University to study biomedical engineering and play soccer.
Career goal: Become a biomedical engineer and make new advancements with prosthetic limbs and artificial organs.
Quote from teacher: "Kiley is an exceptionally level-headed, diligent, intelligent young woman of whom we are very proud," said N. Kulka, assistant principal/academic.
— Information is compiled for The Blade by the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West.
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