» Age: 17

» School: Columbus North High School

» Who are your parents, grandparents and siblings?

James and Lee Moore; aunt Ann Bromwell; siblings Megan Flynn, Chris Moore and Clint Moore.

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

Smith Elementary and Northside Middle School

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

My favorite class is my early childhood education class, in the C4 program, where I’m placed out on a job-site and able to work with kids at local facilities.

» In which extracurricular activities do you participate?

Softball, mission trips.

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

My favorite place to be is at the Boys and Girls Club where I am an art teacher. I’ve worked there for four years and love every minute of it.

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

High school has been full of great memories; one of my favorites is the North/East football games.

» What are you looking forward to after graduation?

I’m looking forward to going to college and getting my degree in early childhood education.

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

My inspiration would be my aunt, Ann Bromwell, of course. (She) is someone who is always willing to stop what she is doing and help you in any way. She has always been my best friend and has done many things for me growing up. I wouldn’t have accomplished as much as I have without her and for that I will forever be grateful.

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

In high school I have learned not to be be afraid to make new friends and try new experiences.

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Kaitlyn Evener is an editorial assistant for The Republic. She can be reached at kevener@therepublic.com or 812-379-5633.