Pleasant Valley Secondary School Class of 2015 valedictorians Mackenzie Moody (left photo) and Jenna Churchill share a moment before graduation ceremonies Wednesday at Nor-Val Sports Centre.

Pleasant Valley Secondary School Class of 2015 valedictorians Mackenzie Moody (left photo) and Jenna Churchill share a moment before graduation ceremonies Wednesday at Nor-Val Sports Centre.

Seven questions for Pleasant Valley Secondary valedictorians

Armstrong’s Pleasant Valley Secondary School’s Class of 2015 valedictorians are Jenna Churchill and Mackenzie Moody

Armstrong’s Pleasant Valley Secondary School’s Class of 2015 valedictorians are Jenna Churchill and Mackenzie Moody.

Churchill is a member of the renowned PVSS Adrenaline Dance team, and Moody is a track star who once recreated the Napolean Dynamite dance, move for move, at an air band competition.

The Morning Star caught up with the pair Wednesday before their graduation ceremonies, and before their valedictorian address, to play Seven Questions:

1: What was your favourite class at PVSS?

JC: Definitely dance. I was pretty involved in the program and it was always fun to get into a regular character and be different.

MM: I want to say French class because madame (Sandra Arthurson) was probably one of the more influential people I knew.

2:Who was your favourite teacher?

JC: Oh gosh. I’m going to say Mr. Lemaire.

MM: That’s a hard one. There’s a lot. Madame Arthurson, obviously Ms. Pick.

JC: That’s the hardest question you could have asked. All our teachers are great, amazing.

MM: It is a hard question!

3: What was your first day at PVSS like?

JC: It was exciting, nerve-wracking but everything I wanted it to be.

MM: It was exciting. I got bingo-dabbed and the teacher wanted to know who did it but I didn’t want to rat the person out and get in trouble. It was a really fun day.

4: What’s your last week at PVSS been like?

JC: It’s been emotional, really bittersweet but just fun to really think of all the memories of the last four years.

MM: Stressful. With work, classes and school but rewarding at the same time. Hard work, but worth it.

5: What are your future plans?

JC: Just going to keep working at Country Bakery in Askew’s and do some travelling.

MM: My goal is to get a Bachelor of Science. I’m going to do the first year in Vernon then transfer to the University of Victoria because I’ve been accepted into UVIC.

6: Will you have made your first million by the 10-year PVSS reunion in 2025?

JC: Absolutely, no question about it (laughing).

MM: By the first five years (laughing)!

7: What is one word to best describe the PVSS Class of 2015?

JC: Outgoing.

MM: Tenacious.