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Lindsay King Green

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Name:Lindsay king Green

Graduation year:2010

 

Did you go to college, military, service, job?

Yes, I went to college at Worcester State, then transferred to Mount Wachusett to get my degree in Clinical Laboratory Science.

What was it like going from the High School life to the adult life?

I thought it was hard. You definitely do not realize in when you’re in high school how good things are. Once you start “adulting” you realize how many responsibilities you have now versus how little you had in high school.

In college/job/service, was it easy to get settled down and find where you fit in?

Yes, I got a job at the hospital that I had clinical at. I am very lucky because I absolutely love where I work and who I work with.

If you are out of college or post graduate work, what are you doing now?

I work at Marlborough Hospital as a Medical Laboratory Technician.

What has been the biggest thing to happen to you since you left?

Nothing specific. I am now working full time, assistant coaching cheerleading at Holy Name, married, own a house, have a step son, and will have a new baby next month!

Have you traveled? If so, where?

Just on my honeymoon to Disney!

What’s your favorite thing about being out of high school?

I guess starting my own life and family is the best part about being out of high school. I definitely don’t enjoy all of the responsibilities and bills that come with growing up!

What do you miss about High School?

 I miss how close everyone in my class was. We were all very good friends, we all participated in spirit weeks and pep rally’s. I miss being carefree and making memories that will last forever!

Did you play for Prouty? If so, what did you play and what was it like going from High school level to College level?

I cheered at Prouty for 3 out of my 4 years. I loved high school cheering, but was not a fan of college cheering. High school cheering felt like we were a family, and we had a lot of fun. College cheering was very different.

Any advice for current students at DPHS?

Enjoy every second of high school and live in the moment. I have so many good memories from high school. It’s so easy to say that you can’t wait to get out of there, but it really will be some of the best/easiest moments of your life!!

Are there any teachers that you would like to say some kind words to?

Enjoy every second of high school and live in the moment. I have so many good memories from high school. It’s so easy to say that you can’t wait to get out of there, but it really will be some of the best/easiest moments of your life!!

What was your best memory from Prouty?

One of the best memories was when our football team won the super bowl my senior year in 2009. But I have a lot of great memories from Prouty.

 

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