Age:

18.

Parents’ names:

Lindsay Lopez.

 

Post-graduation plans:

University of Missouri!

Dream job:

Be a star on Broadway.

Favorite class in high school:

Contemporary fiction.

Favorite club or extracurricular in high school:

Show choir!

Proudest accomplishment in high school:

Winning courtwarming king.

Best advice you’ve ever received:

“Winners never quit and quitters never win.”

Biggest lesson learned in high school:

Never be afraid to be yourself.

Future goals:

To go to law school and become a lawyer.

Favorite teacher:

Kelley Wittenborn, English teacher.

Person I admire and why:

My choir director, Mike Pierson. He constantly pushes me to work the hardest I can in choir, show choir, and in my everyday life. He pushes me out of my comfort zone in order to help me grow as a person, and I’m eternally grateful for that.

What you do for fun:

I like to sing, play with my dogs, and spend time with my friends and family.

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