CLASS OF 2007
Is a graduate from Kettle Moraine High School. Katie was accepted into the Thespian Society, which is the "varsity" level of the school's drama club. For the 2008 fall play, she was the Assistant Stage Manager. Currently she is attending UW-Stevens Point for an English Major and a Web and Digital Media Development minor and hoping that she can get into a program for her Masters of Library Science in the future. Her favorite memory was the "St. Nick book", a book where St. Nick (the class teacher in lieu of him) would right something about each student. The most useful thing she learned at PHWS was how to speak up more, as well as how 8th grade prepared her for highschool.
Went to DSHA high school where she was an honor-roll student. Erin was also a member of the school newspaper staff and captain of the tennis team, which won the conference title in 2009.
Was selected to be a US Senate Page and is living in Washington DC for the semester to serve the US Senate. She recently finished leading a Modern Day Slavery Awareness Week at her high school. Ryanne is President, Captain, and 1st Board of Arrowhead's chess team, is the Co-President and Secretary of Junior Statesmen of America and also is in the National Honors Society.
“After graduating from Prairie Hill in 2007, I entered a public high school in the small town of East Troy. I went from a class of 14 to 140 and from one teacher to eight. I went from a colorful, friendly learning environment to a quite different one--with few windows, brick walls, and tile floors. It was quite the culture shock to say the least. I remember asking a classmate to show me how to make a PowerPoint presentation, and how to double-space on a word document. But after a mere couple of weeks, I adjusted to the new setting. The unique qualities I developed at Prairie Hill have helped me tremendously in a public school setting, and have often, even put me at an advantage.
PATRIK BRITT (GRAHAM)
MEGAYN RAY (KUHLMAN)
EMMA SHEAHAN (MITTLESTEADT)
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