Senior Spotlight

Posted February 14, 2013 at 6:00 am


Kellie O’Byrne

by: Carla Robinson

student reporter

Kellie O’Byrne, daughter of Michael and Barbara O’Byrne, was born February 22, 1995, in Suffolk, Virginia.

Kellie has one sibling, her younger brother, Michael Jr.

Kellie is sometimes called Kiki by her friends.

Kellie’s favorite movie is Rise of the Guardians; and her favorite saying is, “Sit on it!”

When “Kiki” was younger, she imagined herself as a cat or a jockey.

Kellie is currently unemployed.

Kellie’s favorite pastimes are writing and reading.

Kellie’s most embarassing moment is walking into the edge of a door.

“Kiki’s” greatest achievement in high school is attending the FFA Washington Leadership Conference.

While in high school, Kellie has been involved in 4-H, FFA, and Speech.

What “Kiki” likes most about high school is taking art classes.

Kellie’s favorite excuses for not turning her homework in on time are that it’s not done yet, or that she forgot her flashdrive. Her favorite excuse for being tardy is that her cow got loose.

While in high school, Kellie’s favorite class has been any Agriculture class with Mr. Randy Kroksh because, “What happens in the Ag room, stays in the Ag room.”

After high school, Kellie plans to get a degree in Veterinary Science.

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