This week Proctor High School is proud to shine the senior spotlight on:
What is your favorite PrHS memory?
My favorite memory at PrHS is when I got the letter from UVM about receiving the Green and Gold scholarship.
What activities/sports/clubs/jobs do/did you participate in?
National Honors Society
Worked at Hannafords
In the summer I work at Proctor Elementary Summer Tapestry
What adult in this building do you think knows you the best?
Mrs. Esslinger – “I thoroughly enjoyed watching Katelynn grow up and mature from a shy, quiet, nervous Freshman to a talkative, super-friendly, more self-confident upperclassman. Her effort in keeping her academics in the high ranking is inspiring. I appreciate her being so open to conversations with me about school, sports, struggles, and life in general. As a Peer Leader, I knew I could always rely on her and enjoyed the extra time I had to work with her. I miss her in the building for her Senior year, but know that she is excelling in her early college program. She has already overcome so much and will surely find more success in the years to come. Best of luck!!”
What is your plan for after high school?
My plan for after high school is to continue to further my education to become a Pediatric Physical Therapist.
What advice do you have for the underclassmen?
My advice to underclassmen is to get a jump-start on your college education if that is something that you want to do. I debated doing early college for a while and I almost did not do it, but doing it is by far the best decision I have made.