Senior Spotlight: Katie Melville

Billie Jo Sherman, Reporter

Q: What was your favorite high school memory?

A: “I loved going to football games and being with friends. White out and pink out games were my all time favorite.”


Q: What was your favorite class?

A: “My favorite class was AP Studio Art. It was a stress relief for sure.”


Q: What are your post-grad plans?

A: “My plan is to study Art Education at UNI. I plan to teach high school art and potentially get my AP license as well.”


Q: What is your advice to underclassmen?

A: “My main advice is to join as many clubs as you can and get involved. I love all of the clubs I am in and still have so many more I wish I would have participated in. Also, start looking for scholarships right away; graduating seems so unrealistic and far away and then before you know it, you have three months left.”

Q: What teacher had the most impact on your education?

A: “The teacher that had the most impact on my education was definitely Mr. Lehn, but really the art department in general has impacted me enormously.”


Q: What were some of your accomplishments while attending West?

A: “I am on the National Honor Society. Sophomore year I won the Congressional Art Competition where my art was exhibited in the Capitol for a year, I also got an all paid trip to DC. I’ve had many many other art accomplishments as well.”


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