Senior Spotlight

Posted March 21, 2013 at 5:00 am


Michelle Finzen

by: Carla Robinson

student reporter

Michelle Finzen, daughter of Matt and Marlys Finzen, was born March 23, 1995 at St. Luke’s Hospital.

Michelle has one sibling, a younger brother Michael.

Michelle is sometimes called “Mechelle” by her friends.

Michelle’s favorite sport is football, her favorite movie is Fast and Furious 5, her favorite musician is Jason Aldean, and her favorite saying is, “Hey, what’s up?”

When “Mechelle” was younger, she imagined herself as a teacher.

Michelle’s most memorable moment was going to Montana for the first time when she was nine years old.

Michelle’s favorite pastimes are being with her family and friends and camping.

The person who has inspired Michelle the most is Mr. Kurt Van Kley because he inspired her to want to become a a middle school math teacher and not just an elementary teacher.

While in high school, “Mechelle” has been involved in marching, pep, and concert bands and choir.

Michelle’s most embarrassing moment was in the seventh grade when she and her family went ice skating and her cousin Alex had to help her skate.

Michelle’s greatest achievement so far has been becoming the leader of the clarinet section in band.

If Michelle could give any advice to underclassmen, it would be to always turn in your homework, do the extra credit, and never be tardy.

If “Mechelle” could relive one moment of her life, it would be last summer when she got to see her friend again who now lives in Texas.

What Michelle likes the most about school is success time because you can go see a teacher if you need help.

Michelle’s biggest regret about high school is not doing more.

While in high school, Michelle’s favorite class has been any math class because there is always an answer to the question.

After high school, Michelle plans to attend Wayne State College and study to become a teacher.

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