HHS honors students of the month

September 27, 2013 

Harrisonville High School seniors Annie Mulvey, left, and Matthew Prindle were chosen as the September Students of the Month.

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Harrisonville High School chose seniors Annie Mulvey and Matthew Prindle as the Septemeber students of the month.

Mulvey is the daughter of Tony and Beth Mulvey.

Her school activities include varsity volleyball, Student Council, Students Against Destructive Decisions, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Music Makers, DECA and National Honor Society. She is also a participant in The Senior Experience blogging project – www.hhsseniormulvey.blogspot.com.

Mulvey serves as captain of the volleyball team, Student Body Vice President, Leadership Team for Epicenter Youth Group and dance captain for Music Makers.

She enjoys volleyball, managing for the basketball team and spending time with friends.

Mulvey’s plans after high school are to attend the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill or the University of Missouri to study marketing and also to study abroad.

Prindle is the son of Michael and Dena Prindle.

His school activities include basketball, track, NETT, History Club and Students Against Destructive Decisions.

He is NETT Teen President and an assistant youth basketball coach.

Outside of school, he is a worship leader at the Belton Church of Christ.

His hobbies including supporting playing basketball, running track, spending time with family and friends and reading the Bible.

After high school, Prindle plans to go to college to obtain a career he loves.

The HHS Students of the Month are selected on the basis of character, citizenship and academics.

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