Student spotlight: Elizabeth Hopwood

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Elizabeth Hopwood

Age: 17.

How long have you been attending school in Superior? 12 years.

Lived in Superior? 17 years.

Plans following graduation?

I plan to attend the University of Montana majoring in psychology.

Will you be sad to leave your hometown, or can’t get out of there soon enough?

To be honest it’s a mix of both, I love my home but I am ready to start a new chapter in my life independently. The more opportunities the better!

What’s something you wish to change in this world today?

What I would like to change in this world is people’s perspectives of different races and gender. We are all human, being of non-caucasian descent or female shouldn’t give you less quality of respect from others. Equality for all is something I would love to see more.

How would your friends describe you?

My friends tend to describe me as humorous and caring.

What is your favorite “thing to do” when hanging out with friends?

We normally play video games, watch Netflix or just talk about funny stories together.

30 years from now what would you like to be known for?

I would love to be known for being a highly successful therapist.

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve been given?

To not wish your life away, enjoy every step of your journey, it might surprise you how much you learn when you live in the moment.

Who has been most influential in your life?

My parents one hundred percent; they have always had my back from day one. They deserve most of the credit to where I am today.

In your mind what is the picture of a successful life?

I imagine a financially stable living situation with a loving family and an enjoyable career.

Top 3 on your bucket list:

1) Eat a meal cooked by Gordon Ramsey.

2) Swim with Whale Sharks.

3) Visit Ireland.

If you would like to suggest a student to spotlight please contact Amy Quinlivan at ib12als@yahoo.com

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