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In Step with . . . Honor Student Caitlin Falloon

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In Step with . . . Honor Student Caitlin Falloon

Photo courtesy of Caitlin Falloon

Photo courtesy of Caitlin Falloon

Photo courtesy of Caitlin Falloon

Emma Dwyer, Staff Reporter

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Full Name: Caitlin Falloon

Activities: FBLA, PJAS, Cats Club, SADD, FCCLA, Volleyball, Track & Field

Family: Parents: Todd and Deena; Siblings: Todd and Lacey


Q: What activities do you participate in at Western Wayne?

A: I participate in volleyball, track, FBLA, PJAS, Cats Club, SADD, and FCCLA.


Q: Have you obtained any educational achievements?

A: I was on the Principal’s list once sophomore year and once junior year. I received first place at regionals in FBLA and twice received second at regionals in PJAS.


Q: How do you maintain high honors and being a good student?

A: I do my homework every night and sleep a lot. I study the night before a test and before going into class to make sure I am prepared. I also do extra work from textbooks.


Q: What is something you particularly enjoy at WWHS?

A: I enjoy volleyball and the ability to be able to take classes that will prepare me for college.


Q: What are your favorite memories in being a part of your activities?

A: Studying on the bus to [Volleyball] games with my friends. Also playing on the playground before volleyball games and making it to playoffs during junior and senior year. I also enjoyed going to states for PJAS.


Q: What did you do for your Senior Project?

A: I went to the nursing home and had [residents] make Christmas cards for people in the military. Then I sent the cards and over a thousand cookies to people actively serving.


Q: Did you learn anything from it?

A: [Military members] are very thankful for even the littlest things. Nursing home residents are bizarre sometimes, but they’re funny to be around.


Q: Do you have plans after graduating high school?

A: Attend college and get my Master’s [degree] in actuarial science.


Q: What are you planning to study in college?

A: Actuarial science.


Q: Are you interested in a specific school?

A: My top schools are High Point University, Texas Christian University, Temple University, and University of Connecticut.


Q: Where do you see yourself in the future?

A: Working in a city in the South with a family. Also traveling the world.


Q: Is there a teacher or coach that motivates you?

A: Mrs. Carey because she helped me when I had her [as a teacher] and even now, when I don’t have her, she still helps me.


Q: Are there quotes (from movies, television, people, books) that inspire you?

A: “You can’t blend in when you were born to stand out.” From Wonder and “People with goals succeed because they know where they’re going.” – Earl Nightingale.


Q: What piece of advice can you give to younger students?

A: Have fun but not too much fun where school isn’t a priority. Also, don’t take statistics! 🙂

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Emma Dwyer, Staff Reporter

Emma is a junior and is involved in many clubs, including Cats Club, Mock Trial, FBLA, Reading Team, Literary Magazine, Girls Lead, NHS, and NAHS. She...

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