Fifteen Minutes of Fame: Natalie McPherson


Sandybel Paz (Senior), Editor

For this week’s fifteen minutes of fame, meet Natalie McPherson. She is a sophomore at Lebanon High School who wants to pursue dancing after high school, is involved with our school’s FFA program, and enjoys English and Animal Science. 

“I like dance because it’s a good way to express my feelings and I’ve made a lot of my friends from dance,” said McPherson.

McPherson is a dancer at Talent Factory Arts & Dance studio, she dances all types of genres including ballet, musical, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical and more but performs lyrical and jazz the most and has a favorite for hip-hop. McPherson is even a teacher in training at her studio and teaches up to two classes with her very own choreography. 

“When I get off school I usually just go to dance because I have it every day,” said McPherson.

McPherson not only wants to pursue dancing in college but also wants to go into mental health. At home McPherson is not the only child but she is the youngest, with an older sister who’s twenty. McPherson also has a Golden Doodle puppy named Luna. 

“I kind of want to go to UIndy for college because I went there for some camps for dance that are cool,” said McPherson.

McPherson says she is in fact a very picky eater and does not typically try new foods. However one thing she does enjoy eating is pasta, any kind. McPherson’s favorite kind of pasta is Ravioli, preferably the one with cheese and not meat. 

“I don’t really have a food I hate since I don’t really try many new things,” said McPherson.