Age: 17

School: Columbus North High School

Who are your parents, grandparents and siblings?

My parents are Scott and Penny Hundley. Grandparents on my father’s side, John Wayne Hundley and Susan Hundley. On my mother’s side, David Botkin and Loretta Botkin. I have two sisters: Chloe Hundley and Paige Hundley.

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Which elementary and middle school/junior high did you attend?

Parkside Elementary and Northside Middle School.

What’s your favorite class or part of the school day?

I love vocal jazz class, orchestra and also my resource. I’m not much for mathematics.

In which extracurricular activities do you participate?

I dance ballet at Dancer’s Studio and participate in vocal jazz choir run-outs.

When you’re not in school, where’s your favorite place to be and why?

I love my room and I love my workplace. My room is very cozy and comfortable, my walls covered in posters and magazine cutouts. I work at YES Cinema and I absolutely love it. I love the customers, my managers, my boss and the other workers. It’s a safe, clean and happy environment.

What has been your greatest high school memory so far and why?

There’s so many to choose from! My favorite one would have to be the jazz choir dinner we had at another jazz student’s house. His family prepared a large traditional Italian dinner for all 16 of us.

What are you looking forward to after graduation?

Being free of how much stress school has caused me to form.

Who in your life has inspired you or whom do you look up to and why?

Pattie (Weston) Boyd, George Harrison and Eric Clapton’s ex-wife. She came from a struggling family, was shipped off to boarding school, she found out later on she wasn’t able to bear children, her biological dad left and her step-dad was angry and irritable, yet she still made it. She stayed true to her dreams and wishes and didn’t stop until she was satisfied. She went through so much emotional stress and drama with both Eric and George. Pattie is a very strong, inspiring and incredible woman. That’s why I look up to her.

What is the most important thing you’ve learned during, or from, high school?

Life isn’t as easy as you think it is, and (I don’t like) taxes.

Personal Message:

Well, I’m a mod (modernist) so my clothes in these pictures really do describe who I am. I love fashion and I’m proud to stick out from everyone else.

Kaitlyn Evener is an editorial assistant for The Republic. She can be reached at or 812-379-5645.