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Published: 1/22/2013

Student of the week: Patrick Evans

St. Francis de Sales High School

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FAVORITES

School subject: World Religions

Extracurricular activity: Performing in the St. Francis spring musical

Hobbies: Playing the ukulele and drums

Car: Fiat or Mini Cooper

Store: Savers or Goodwill

Musical artist: Twenty One Pilots

Movie: Emperor’s New Groove

TV show: Doctor Who


FAST FACTS

Cafeteria food must-have: Cookies

Last book read that wasn’t required: Restaurant at the End of the Universe by Douglas Adams

Pet peeve: When my cat wakes me up in the middle of the night to come inside the house.

Person most admired: Dick Rollins

Person I’d like to meet: Tom Baker

Items always in my locker: Headphones

First job: Working at my parents’ photography studio - Paul Kenney Studios

Top accomplishment: Building a robot


FUTURE

After-graduation plans: I am hoping to matriculate into Washington and Lee University. I am considering studying political science/pre-law. I would like to continue singing in a group choir and participate in intramurals that offer ultimate Frisbee.

Career goal: I have always been drawn to the music industry and would like to help artists with their creative process. Ideally, I would like to be a lawyer that handles intellectual property law matters.

Quote from teacher: “Patrick is a student in my AP Physics class,” said Scott Secrest, physics teacher and science department chairman. “He is taking four AP classes and I have found that he balances his coursework with extracurricular activities very well. He works ahead and has a strong work ethic. He is a hard working student who asks questions and perseveres until he understands the concept. Because of these characteristics, I believe he will be successful in the future.”

— Information is compiled for The Blade by the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West.



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