Name: Maggie Klinkner
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Parents: Tim and Sam Klinkner
School: Two Rivers High School
What extracurricular activities have you been involved with during high school? Throughout high school, I have been involved in student government, Junior Leadership through The Chamber of Manitowoc County, Boomerang, Fact, National Honor Society, Lights Leaders, Advisory Recreational Board, server at St. Peter the Fisherman, figure skating through the Manitowoc County Figure Skating Club, cross country, and track and field.
What is one academic accomplishment about which you feel particularly good? Being able to be involved in so many different things while still keeping up with all my school work.
Which class or extracurricular activity influenced your decision regarding the career you plan to pursue? My chemistry, physics and advanced chemistry classes. Throughout middle school, science was never a class I really enjoyed, but my views changed when I entered these high school classes. My teacher had a large part in my choice, as she knew how to make the material we learned enjoyable and easy to learn.
What advice do you have for those just starting their high school career? Don’t take anything for granted; go to that basketball game, go to that musical. High school is only four years long — make the best of it while you are still there.
What are your plans after high school? I plan to attend Marquette University, where I will major in chemistry. After graduation, I would like to go to dental school and become a pediatric dentist.
What would you like to be doing 10 years from now? I would like to have settled into a job as a dentist somewhere in Wisconsin impacting all those patients I have the opportunity to see all while starting a family of my own.
Teacher recommendation: “Maggie is truly stellar as a leader and role model both in and out of the classroom in many different ways. She is steadfast in her learning by approaching new concepts with calm determination and scientific questioning for deeper understanding. I also greatly appreciate her constant willingness to work collaboratively with absolutely anyone, with kindness. Maggie is a student who is actively involved in numerous extracurricular activities, and thus makes our school community a better place with her unfailingly positive attitude and ambitious work ethic.” — Lisa Koch, advanced chemistry teacher
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