School subject: Physics
Extracurricular activity: Hockey, quiz bowl
Hobbies: Playing guitar, watching movies, hanging out with friends
Musical artist: The Beatles
Movie: The Departed
TV show: Criminal Minds
Cafeteria food must-have: Chocolate chip cookies
Last book read that wasn't required: Stars in Their Courses: The Gettysburg Campaign,
June-July, 1863 by Shelby Foote
Pet peeve: Slow driving
Person most admired: My brother, John, Class of '07
Person I'd like to meet: Thomas Jefferson
Items always in my locker: Lots and lots of paper
First job: Ice hockey referee
Top accomplishment: Being named captain and MVP of my district title winning hockey team my junior year, 2009
After-graduation plans: I plan to attend college at the University of Michigan or Northwestern. I am considering studying law or research and development.
Career goal: A career in law as a federal court justice, a Supreme Court justice, or a criminal defense attorney. Also considering heading up a research and development firm.
Quote from teacher: “There is no doubt that Michael is a man of high caliber,” said Ray Maj, counselor. “Michael is always intimately immersed in the subject material of his courses and exhibits the ability to resonate with course material. His love for reading is directly related to his level of success. He takes each word to heart and unveils every imaginable thinking possibility related to the topic. He is a scholar and philosopher in the making. His curiosity and intuition will serve him well in the future.”
— Information is compiled by Lucas County Educational Service Center for The Blade.
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