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Student Spotlight: Crosby

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She wants to become a clinical psychologist and plans to attend NDSU.

Let's meet Lexie Unhjem, the top graduate at Divide County High School in tonight's Student Spotlight.

(Lexie Unhjem, Divide County Senior) "I've grown up in Crosby my entire life. We have a good school system, we have great teachers, especially my math teacher who has pushed me to be a great student and pushed me to do well so I'm ready to graduate and get to the next level. Mrs. Lund, my advanced math class, is probably one of my hardest classes but it's also the most enjoyable, she's a wonderful instructor and I've had her for three years for classes. I'm really involved in FBLA, that's Future Business Leaders of America, I've been in it since I was a freshman, I've been a state officer as well, I like competing in events, and my advisor Mrs.Grode does a great job. I plan to attend North Dakota State University in Fargo to work towards my doctorate in clinical psychology and then open my own practice in the Fargo area."

Congratulations to Lexie and these honor graduates at Divide County High School in Crosby.

A total of 13 seniors will be getting their diplomas on May 26th.

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