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Student of the Week Greenon High School

Name: Miqaela Weller

School: Greenon High School

Grade: 12

Age: 17

Extra-curricular: National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, volunteer at Boonshoft in astronomy department, member of Student Council, member of the Miami Valley Astronomical Society

Claim to fame/honors: Astronomy

Words you live by: “Smile more.”

Toughest challenge: Getting through the loss of my uncle

Biggest influence: My family

School-day rituals: I get up, and my dad drives me to school. After school, I go home and do my homework, then I read a book and go to bed.

What’s on your bedroom walls: Glow-in-the-dark stars

When I’m bored I like to … Read and get my telescope out

Favorite movie: Remember Me

Person who would play you in a movie: Jennifer Lawrence

Favorite TV show: Scorpion

Favorite musical artist: Thomas Rhett

Favorite book: Tuesdays with Morrie

Favorite home-cooked meal: Lasagna

Favorite restaurant: Max & Erma’s

Whose mind would you like to read: Galileo Galilei’s

Place where you’d love to travel: Chile

Talent you’d like to have: The ability to sing well

Favorite school subject: Science

Favorite athlete: Cristiano Ronaldo

Favorite team: Ohio State Football

Something in the world I’d like to change: The amount of light pollution

Favorite high school moment: Meeting my best friend

Favorite junk food: Doritos

Best thing about high school: My friends

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