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Rob McKee, 18
Columbus East High School
Q: Who are your parents/guardians and siblings? Mother, Stephanie McKee; father, John Taylor; grandmother, Denise McKinzie; grandfather, Gary McKee Sr.; grandparents, Mike and Irene Taylor; brothers, Jacob and Ben.
Q: What elementary and middle school did you attend? ABC-Stewart School through Grade 4; Mount Healthy Elementary School from Grades 4-6; Central Middle School.
Q: What’s your favorite class or part of the school day and why? My favorite class is art, because I get to throw on the potter’s wheel.
Q: In which extracurricular activities, including music, sports or clubs, do you participate? Football, wrestling, track, rugby, National Honors Society, Bartholomew County Youth Leadership, National Art Honors Society and Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Q: When you’re not in school, where’s your favorite place to be and why? My favorite place to be is the gym, because I love to lift weights.
Q: What has been your greatest high school memory so far and why? My greatest memory of high school so far is beating North in football, because it is our town rival.
Q: What are you looking forward to after graduation? I am looking forward to going to college to play football.
Q: Who in your life has inspired you or whom do you look up to and why? My parents have inspired me to be the best that I can be. The person I look up to is Coach (David) Miller, because, as football coach, he has taught me a lot.
Q: What is the most important thing you’ve learned during, or from, high school? The most important thing I have learned from high school is not to let one person ruin your day.
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