Senior Molly Uphoff, 17, of Franklin Grove, is AFC High School’s October Student of the Month. Her parents are Ed and Kathy Uphoff. Her brother is Joe, 14.
Favorite class: History.
Top teacher: Steve Toole. He always has interesting stories that go along with what he is teaching.
Extracurriculars: Girls basketball manager, softball, Academic Team, Book Club, musical.
After graduation: I plan to attend Illinois State University or St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wis., and major in business administration.
Personal trivia: I can make amazing pies from scratch, and I’ve been to seven countries.
Dream job: Working for a professional hockey team.
Paycheck: Waitress at Pizza Hut in Oregon.
Best friend: Rachael Dickey. We have been friends since seventh grade. We do almost everything together and sometimes we dress alike without coordinating it.
Trading spaces: Innsbruck, Austria. I would love to see the family I stayed with while there, and I would like to see the friends I made while there.
Favorite musical groups: Brantley Gilbert or Florida Georgia Line.
Favorite actor: Gerard Butler.
Favorite movie: “Bridesmaids.”
Favorite TV show: “Revolution.”
Favorite food: Three-cheese pasta.
Biggest fear: Being alone.
Read this: “Matched,” by Ally Condre; it is a lot like “The Hunger Games.”
Trading places: Gary Bettman, so that I could end the NHL lockout.
Least favorite class: General business.
Darts: Lack of teamwork or a bad attitude.
What kind of music makes your skin crawl? Screamo.
Haunts: Riverview Ice House in Rockford.
Useless knowledge: Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated.
I’m in the dictionary next to: Sarcastic or witty.
Shout out to: My family and my girls basketball team.