Mt. Hope Student of the Week: Kylie McPherson

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KYLIE MCPHERSON

Age: 17; Mt. Hope High School Graduating Class: 2014

Parents/Town: Kristine McPherson, Bristol; John McPherson, Warren

School Activities: HNN, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, Soccer

What are your plans after graduation? To go to college and get my teaching degree so I can be a big kid in my own classroom.

Who do you look up to and why? I look up to my mom because she doesn't do anything half-way. She is intelligent, creative and tough.

 

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fishwife

Bravo on acknowledging excellence in our schools! But honestly I was scrolling through FB quickly and stop because looked like a mug shot! I recommend changing backdrop!

Keep up the great work Kristina! You make Bristol proud!!!!

Friday, March 28, 2014 | Report this
EastBayGuy

Im confused with this article, because that's a picture of Kylie McPherson...

Saturday, March 29, 2014 | Report this
Honoré de Balzac

Wait - Now I'm REALLY confused....

She's Kristina LYNCH but her "parents" are Kristine McPHERSON of Bristol and John McPHERSON of Warren - huh?!?

Monday, March 31, 2014 | Report this

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