Senior Spotlight: Hannah Gray
Name: Hannah Gray
Significant Other: Malykih Pfoff
Favorite Food: Mexican Chicken
Favorite Drink: Sweet Tea
Dream Car: Corvette
Dream Vacation: Bora Bora
Favorite Clothing: Yoga Pants
Favorite Song: “Ultralight Beam”
Favorite Music Group: don’t have one
Favorite TV Show: Criminal Minds
Favorite Movie: Miracles from Heaven
Favorite Sport: Golf
Favorite Sport Team: Cardinals
Favorite Restaurant: Texas Roadhouse
Favorite Actor: Will Smith
Favorite Actress: Nina Dobrev
Favorite Place to Go: The beach
Favorite Color: Blue
Favorite Holiday: Christmas
Favorite Cartoon Character: Spongebob
Favorite Thing to Do: Hang out with my family and new siblings
Favorite Pet: Horse
Favorite Amusement Park: Disney World
Favorite Subject: Math
Favorite Teacher: Alli Garrett
Favorite Elementary Teacher: Mrs. Stath
Favorite Place to Go After School: My sister Lou’s house
Favorite Place to Eat Lunch: Julie’s
Favorite Thing to Watch on Netflix: Ink Master
Dream Job: To be in the FBI
Favorite Quote: “What God asks of men is faith. His invisibility is the truest test of that faith. To know who sees him, God makes himself unseen.”
If you could have 3 wishes, what would they be? To live a long, happy life, to travel the world, and to have an unlimited amount of wishes.
If you could go back to any age, what would it be and why? If I could go back to any age I wouldn’t because I believe everything happens for a reason. Everything I’ve been through and the way I’ve handled certain situations have made me the person I am today and I would never change that.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Living in a different state and being in the FBI.
Plans after High School: Attend Oakland City University and majoring in investigative forensics
High School Activities and Clubs: National Honor Society, 21st Century Scholars, Pep Club, Softball, Basketball, and Volleyball
Most Memorable Moment: Ending my high school basketball career at the same place as my Dad.
What will you miss most about CHS? I will miss the teachers. If it wasn’t for some of them I never would’ve graduated.
Advice for underclassmen: No matter how hard it is, keep pushing! You may think that you can’t do it because of things that have happened in your life, but I promise you all of your hardwork will pay off. This is just the beginning, not the end. You still have your whole life ahead of you, so make it great.
A message to your family, friends, anyone important: I just want to thank everyone who has stuck with me through everything I’ve put them through. Dad, if it wasn’t for you I probably wouldn’t have graduated. You saw I needed help and you let me move in with you and switch schools. Grandma, you’ve been there every step of the way and always made sure I had everything I needed. And I would also like to thank my childhood best friend Brianna. You were my very first friend at Tell City and you have kept my head on straight all of these years. I can’t wait to see what the future holds for you!