School subject: Calculus
Extracurricular activity: Cross country
Hobbies: Painting, singing, cardstocking
Car: Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione
Store: Hobbytown USA
Musical artist: Ludovico Einaudi
TV show: Phineas and Ferb
Cafeteria food must-have: Pizza
Last book read that wasn't required: 1984 by George Orwell
Pet peeve: Humidity
Person I'd like to meet: Stephen Fry
Person most admired: Albert Einstein
Items always in my locker: Physics book
Top accomplishment: 2011 Clay cross-country Most Improved
After-graduation plans: Attend college, earn a degree, get a job, visit the National Railway Museum in York, and live and learn.
Career goal: I would like to earn a degree in engineering, find a job, and perhaps make the world a better place through research and innovation.
Quote from teacher: "Robert combines those incredible qualities of great intelligence, great intuition, and great self-assurance, all wrapped up in a brain that seems to have limitless curiosity," said Ben Pfeiffer, Science teacher. "He will become a great success because he genuinely enjoys life and what he's doing with it. We should all follow Robert's lead and stop to wonder at what's going on in the world while at the same time, trying to unravel the mysteries it contains!"
— Information is compiled for The Blade by the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West.
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