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Student of the week: Jordan Baker

Maumee Valley Country Day School


Jordan Baker



School subject: Trigonometry

Extracurricular activity: The Spring Musical

Hobbies: Knitting, song writing

Car: My blue Honda Element

Store: H&M

Musical artist: Paramore

Movie: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World

TV show: Archer



Cafeteria food must-have: Chef Joe's Chicken Noodle Soup

Last book read that wasn't required: A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway

Pet peeve: People who are unreliable (flakes)

Person I'd like to meet: Ezra Koenig from Vampire Weekend

Person most admired: Frida Kahlo

Items always in my locker: Old coffee mugs and food

First job: Production Assistant at Stone Soup Recording Studio

Top accomplishment: Writing and producing my debut album



After-graduation plans: To attend college for music production while simultaneously running my own food truck.

Career goal: One day I will own and run my own studio part time, write songs for famous singers part time, and also be a music artist that tours world-wide.

Quote from teacher: "Jordan Baker is a remarkable student," said Rollie Barnes, English teacher. "A senior at Maumee Valley Country Day School, Jordan is a talented musician, having written and performed her own sings since junior high. She leads the Drama Club, performs in school plays and musicals, and most recently, arranged an independent study at a local recording studio to gain more practical experience in the production side of music recording. She is a leader among the students and well-respected by the faculty as a kind and thoughtful student."

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

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