School subject: Physics
Extracurricular activity: Football
Hobbies: Trap and skeet shooting
Car: Ford Mustang
Store: Oakley Outlet
Musical artist: The Black Kats
Movie: Forrest Gump or Shawshank Redemption
TV show: Breaking Bad
Cafeteria food must-have: Bacon cheeseburgers
Last book read that wasn’t required: Lone Survivor
Pet peeve: People who say “like” a lot
Person most admired: My grandfather, Peter Kirchner
Person I’d like to meet: Rich Froning
Items always in my locker: Water and peanut butter
First job: Weight room supervisor at Jefferson Rec Center
After-graduation plans: Attend West Point and become an officer; possibly attend Ranger School.
Career goal: Engineering in the military.
Quote from teacher: “An old cliché exists that says, ‘If you need something important done, ask someone who is busy.’ For senior, Seth Kirchner, that axiom fits him perfectly,” said Dave Sontag, counselor. “He is as polite and genuine as any student who has walked through the doors at Jefferson High School. By being ranked in the top 20 percentacademically in his class, Seth is separated in many other areas other than the academic spectrum. He is good natured, personified humility, and strives to be a quality person.” According to physics teacher, Philip Speare, “Seth displays all the qualities of a successful young man. He is the first person at Jefferson to be a physics independent study so he can excel further. At the same, he can prep and run a quality lab for the general physics students.”
— Information is compiled for The Blade by the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West.
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