Leading Ladies of FWHS - Brianna Kehoe

Brianna Kehoe, Momentum Dance Company Captain
Posted on 03/29/2022
Brianna Kehoe, Momentum Dance Company President

LEADING LADIES OF FWHS—BRIANNA KEHOE, SENIOR

March is Women’s History Month and we are closing out the month by shining a light on some fantastic FWHS female leaders who make a positive impact on campus. 

Extra-curricular involvement & leadership positions:

·         CAPTAIN: Momentum Dance Company

·         LINK CREW: Member

Why is it important to get involved and make a difference in high school?

I think it’s important to be involved in school because it shows your character of who you are in the classroom and outside the classroom. It also gives you a chance to experience new hobbies or clubs that might open up your mind to new things that might pique your interest.

Who is a mentor or role model who inspire you & why?

A mentor/role model that inspired me would be my coach/teacher Ariana Brown. I look to her as a role model because of how much she cares for her students and how much dedication she will put into her students. She always shows her hard work and helps us go above and beyond whether that’s in the class or with our personal struggles. She always checks in with us and makes sure that we are doing okay and she always finds a way to make us laugh, or feel happy, whenever we feel sad or down. 

If you knew me better you’d know I…

If you knew me better, you’d know that I am part of my church’s youth group worship ministry.

What are your dreams for your future?

Some of my dreams for my future would be to finish college. I would be the first one to finish college in my family because my family never had that opportunity to be able to afford to go to college. My other dream seems kind of childish, but it would be to make something out of myself. Being able to know that I changed the world in some big or small way, that is what I would want to be a part of.

What is the bravest thing you have ever done?

The bravest thing that I have done has been rock climbing. I absolutely do not like heights at all, but when I was given the opportunity to go rock climbing I took that chance because I would be able to look back and know that I could say, “Oh yeah, I’ve been rock climbing!”

What do you love about Flowing Wells?

The one thing that I love about Flowing Wells is knowing that you belong. That you have a family here that helps you in so many ways that many other schools don’t seem to have. Flowing Wells presents you with so many opportunities for you to grow not only as a student but a person.

Who has been the most influential teacher in your career and why?

The most influential teacher would be Ariana Brown, hands down. She has to be the first teacher in my entire life that I felt like actually cared about me. She would always put in the effort and go out of her way to make sure that I was doing good. She helped me realize that I have a love for dance when I had never danced in my entire life. She made dance a part of me that I will always remember and cherish.

How long have you attended Flowing Wells?

I have attended Flowing Wells for 4 years (Freshman - Senior year).

What legacy do you want to leave here at Flowing Wells?

The legacy that I want to leave here is being able to try something new and different that is out of your comfort zone, is worth it. It might even change your life for the better.
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