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Brittany Kuntzelman - Senior Spotlight

 

Your Full Name: Brittany Jade Kuntzelman


1.  What are your plans after high school (college, work force, future profession)?
After high school, I would like to attend a 2 year college to complete my general education. I would then like to attend a 4 year college to earn my Pharm.D. to become a Pharmacist.

2.  What was the biggest change for you between your freshman and senior year?
My biggest change from Freshman to Senior year would have to be my friend group. Freshman year I was friends with everyone and now I have maybe 7 true best friends.

3.  Which class challenged you the most and why?
Any class with Mr. Diduch was challenging. It was hard to understand topics because I don't pay attention to what's going on around the world every day. I also am not interested in politics, which makes that difficult as well.

4.  What person do you look up to the most and why?
I look up to my dad the most because even though he is pretty reserved; he has a big heart. He is very hard working and caring. I've always kind of been a “daddy's girl.”  My dad and I are basically twins; we act and look the same. I know that whenever I need him, he will always be there.

5.  What will you miss most about Forreston High School?
I'm not sure what I will miss most from Forreston; I'll miss it all. All of the teachers I've had are great. I've gotten so close to coaches and teammates. I don't want to leave them. I will miss going to every athletic event and seeing all my friends. I will miss all of Forreston. I love the environment, and I don't want to go.

6.  What advice would you give incoming freshmen?
Don't be afraid to go all out, whether it's homecoming week or theme nights for games. Otherwise, once you decide you want to participate, it'll be too late. These are the memories you will remember most. Don't worry about embarrassing yourself or thinking you're too cool to participate; this is what high school is about. Have fun.

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