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Student of the Week Mechanicsburg High School

Name: Stephanie Dietrich

School: Mechanicsburg High School

Grade: 12

Age: 17

Extra-curricular: Track, Cross Country, Drug Free Youth Coalition, Spring Musical, Student Council member, Class Officer

Claim to fame/honors: Member of National Honor Society, Lead in the 2017 Spring Musical

Words you live by: “The race is not given to the swift nor to the strong but to the one that endures it to the end.”

Toughest challenge: Accepting my mistakes because no one can be perfect, no matter how hard I try.

Biggest influence: My mom

What’s on your bedroom walls: Medals and ribbons I have won racing, pictures of friends

When I’m bored I like to … Sing, read

Favorite movie: Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings

Person who would play you in a movie: Emma Watson

Favorite TV show: Friends

Favorite musical artist: All Time Low

Favorite book: Lord of The Rings

Favorite home-cooked meal: Chicken and dumplings

Favorite restaurant: Marion’s Pizza

Whose mind would you like to read: J.K. Rowling’s

Place where you’d love to travel: Europe

Talent you’d like to have: The ability to dance

Favorite school subject: Math

Favorite athlete: Clayton Murphy

Favorite team: The Ohio State Buckeyes

Something in the world I’d like to change: I would like to make the world less judgmental.

Favorite high school moment: Junior prom

Favorite junk food: Chocolate

Best thing about high school: Learning new things

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