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Student of the Week Springfield High School


Name: Annmeri Turner

School: Springfield High School

Grade: 12

Age: 17

Extra-curricular: Young Life, Varsity Soccer, Varsity Softball, Student Council, American Sign Language Club

Claim to fame/honors: National Honor Society, Award of Excellence, First Team All-Conference for Soccer

Words you live by: “Don’t practice until you get it right, practice until you can’t get it wrong.”

Toughest challenge: Balancing my academics to continue to keep a strong GPA, along with my sports and social life

Biggest influence: My spiritual beliefs and family

School-day rituals: Hit my snooze alarm three times, get up, go to class at Springfield High, usually with a coffee of some type in hand, go to Wittenberg for CCP classes and back to the high school for practice or a game

What’s on your bedroom walls: My walls are filled with pictures of friends and family, sports quotes, sports medals and trophies.

When I’m bored I like to … Watch Netflix, play sports and hang out with my boyfriend and friends

Favorite movie: Dare to Dream

Person who would play you in a movie: I would like to star as an athlete or a superhero in a movie.

Favorite TV show: The Office

Favorite musical artist: Lauren Daigle

Favorite book: The Bible

Favorite home-cooked meal: Homemade spaghetti

Favorite restaurant: Melt

Whose mind would you like to read: Jesus

Place where you’d love to travel: Italy

Talent you’d like to have: Long-distance runner

Favorite school subject: English

Favorite athlete: Mia Hamm

Favorite team: Women’s National Soccer Team

Something in the world I’d like to change: I would like people to accept each other for who they are and for their beliefs.

Favorite high school moment: My two favorite moments are when I hit my first over the fence home run and when I broke the school record for goals on the girls soccer team.

Favorite junk food: Ice cream

Best thing about high school: The friendships and relationships I have formed



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