Ashley Bronner

Ashley Bronner

Ashley Bronner, senior, is a transfer student to La River High School from Stern Mass Charter School. She hopes to have a great senior year at her new school but misses her friends from her old school. She lives with her mom and dad in Highland Park. Ashley loves to draw, read, and listen to music. Recently, she has started to love writing. She enjoys writing about her day, Which clears her mind and takes away stress that she doesn't need. Ashley hopes to go to college not too far from home but not too close and major in graphic design. At her old school she was the president of a club she made to empower young women like herself called The Ladies. She is hoping to become this active at LA River to.
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Why a healthy life is important

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My message: Female voices need to be heard

My message: Female voices need to be heard

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