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06/13/2014 02:20 pm ET Updated Jun 13, 2014

How One Teen Used Twitter To Make A Big Difference At School

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An anonymous Twitter account titled “BCHSAnonymous” has been spreading positivity around Boyle County High School since January. No one knew who was behind it -- until now.

During a graduation speech at the Kentucky school this week, senior Taylor Stewart was identified as the serial compliment-giver, according to The Advocate Messenger.

“This year, there has been a senior student walking the halls of BCHS who has really made a difference and most definitely left a trail. This young lady is a great leader, a great student and an even better person, who has veiled herself as the infamous BCHS Anonymous, tweeting uplifting thoughts about various students throughout the school year,” senior JT Henderson said of Stewart, according to the outlet.

Stewart has reportedly passed on the BCHSAnonymous torch to another student who will be anonymously tweeting positive thoughts from the account next year.

"I think if we use our words in the right way there's no telling what we can accomplish," Stewart told KGO-TV.

Below are a sample of tweets from the account:

According to KGO-TV, upon graduation, Stewart plans to continue to work with an organization that prevents cyberbullying.

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