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Heights Q&A(s)

Andrew Ingersoll, Brianna Hammond, Brooke Bair, Lauren Kliewer

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Andrew Ingersoll is a junior at Heights. Andrew enjoys kicking back, playing PlayStation with his friends, and playing basketball at the YMCA.

Q: How did you get your name?

A: I’m named after my father, Andy.

Q: What dream are you chasing?

A: I want to be an engineer.

Q: What are your main goals in life?

A: Graduate from college, and to have a successful career that can provide my family everything they need.

Q: How do you overcome adversity?

A: Look at the positives in every situation, how I’m fortunate and it could be a lot worse.

Q: What is your greatest fear?

A:  The fear of not living up to my full potential, being a “loser”

Brianna Hammond is in her final year of high school at Heights. Brianna is a cheerleader and enjoys running track for Heights.

Q: How did you get your name?

A: My mom named me from a baby book; nothing too special.

Q: What dream are you chasing?

A: To be famous for singing or acting.

Q: What are you main goals in life?

A: To get my college degree and to eventually start a family.

Q: How do you overcome adversity?

A: I hope for the best and tell myself “God doesn’t give you anything you can’t handle!”

Q: What is your greatest fear?

A: Losing someone I love.

Brooke Bair is a sophomore at Heights. She is currently a member of STUCCO and enjoys helping out with her school.

Q: How did you get your name?

A: I was named by my parents; they just liked the name Brooke.

Q: What dreams are you chasing?

A: Right now the dream I am chasing would be just to grow up healthy and finish school.

Q: What are your main goals in life?

A: My goal in life is to become a teacher and show kids how much potential they have while educating them about history.

Q: How do you overcome adversity?

A: I overcome difficulties by dealing with the problem head on. I try to figure out how to solve the problem at hand.

Q: What is your greatest fear?

A: My greatest fear is disappointing my parents. I try to make them proud every day.

Lauren Kliewer is in her fourth year as a English teacher at Heights. She enjoys finding creative ways to teaching the literature and making connections with the kids.

Q: What dreams are you chasing?

A: My biggest dream I’m chasing is changing someone’s life; co-worker, student etc; all American dream would be to have a good job and good family.

Q: How did you get your name?

A: Named after a good friend of family, a boy named Loren, wanted to make it a girl name. Last name comes from my husband.

Q: What are your main goals in life?

A: Goal in life… always show kindness, make a difference in peoples’ lives, good mom and good teacher.

Q: How do you overcome adversity?

A: Have a positive outlook, “Big and Small”

Q: What is your greatest fear?

A: Letting evil of the world triumph the good; “the fear of mind seeing evil take over”, not succeeding to be a good mother.

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