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Senior Spotlight — Arielle Frances Campbell Specht

HAZEL GREEN – Arielle Frances Campbell Specht is a senior at Hazel Green High School.

Specht enjoyed the subject matter in her science classes. “I like messing with chemicals and how many different items can be made from them. I am hoping one day to invent something new to save a life,” she said.

“I am learning disabled, but I am still maintaining the A/B honor roll for the most part,” Specht said.

She preferred not to join any clubs. “I really don’t like being the social butterfly with classmates, only adults,” Specht said.

“My mom, Sandra, takes care of me 100-percent full time,” Arielle said. Arielle’s siblings are Abbigayle, 15; Jasmine, 12; and Isabelle, 10.

Arielle wants to attend college someday. She wants to study “robotics, engineering or something with science. My future goal is to be able to find a way to make life easier on people with minimal cost.”

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