"If you had a million dollars, what would you do and why?"
"I’d buy a really nice car first just so I could drive it around. Then I’d get a really nice house and quit my job, whatever it is."~Kevin Kinneally, Senior

"If you had a million dollars, what would you do and why?"

"I’d buy a really nice car first just so I could drive it around. Then I’d get a really nice house and quit my job, whatever it is."~Kevin Kinneally, Senior

"If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why?""I would want the superpower to be able to multiply or replicate anything in the world that way I can make as much money as possible and hopefully give it to people in need.” ~Gavin Fernandes, Sophomore

"If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why?"
"I would want the superpower to be able to multiply or replicate anything in the world that way I can make as much money as possible and hopefully give it to people in need.” ~Gavin Fernandes, Sophomore

"What is your favorite childhood memory?"
"I have this swing set at my house. My favorite childhood memory was the first time I played on that swing set because I felt like the ruler of the world."~Anshul Agrawal, Junior

"What is your favorite childhood memory?"

"I have this swing set at my house. My favorite childhood memory was the first time I played on that swing set because I felt like the ruler of the world."~Anshul Agrawal, Junior

"What’s your favorite thing about going to school with your brother?"
"He helps me when I don’t know what to do and he drives me."~Ian Williamson, Freshman & Colin Williamson, Senior

"What’s your favorite thing about going to school with your brother?"

"He helps me when I don’t know what to do and he drives me."~Ian Williamson, Freshman & Colin Williamson, Senior

"If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?""Do something everyday that makes you happy… at least one thing a day.""What is the one thing you do everyday that makes you happy?""I spend time with my children. I get to see them everyday and that makes me very happy. That’s also what I like about the summer. I get to spend everyday and eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner with them. I get sad and depressed at the end of the summer because I have to send my children off to school."~Mrs. Siter, Health and Fitness Teacher

"If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?"
"Do something everyday that makes you happy… at least one thing a day."
"What is the one thing you do everyday that makes you happy?"
"I spend time with my children. I get to see them everyday and that makes me very happy. That’s also what I like about the summer. I get to spend everyday and eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner with them. I get sad and depressed at the end of the summer because I have to send my children off to school."~Mrs. Siter, Health and Fitness Teacher

“What was the best part of your summer?”“Swimming because it’s my favorite sport and it makes me feel happy.”“How long have you been swimming?”“Well, I’ve been swimming since I was two years old.”“Why did you start swimming so early?” “When I was two years old my family and I went to a barbecue and there was this huge pool. I didn’t know that underwater you can’t breathe because I was two years old. I got water up my nose and I started choking. That’s when my parents decided to put me in swim lessons.”~Ashley Tang, Senior

“What was the best part of your summer?”
“Swimming because it’s my favorite sport and it makes me feel happy.”
“How long have you been swimming?”
“Well, I’ve been swimming since I was two years old.”
“Why did you start swimming so early?” 
“When I was two years old my family and I went to a barbecue and there was this huge pool. I didn’t know that underwater you can’t breathe because I was two years old. I got water up my nose and I started choking. That’s when my parents decided to put me in swim lessons.”~Ashley Tang, Senior

"If you could relive one moment of your summer, what would it be and why?""I was at the beach one time with my friends and then my mom showed up. My mom was setting up her chair and she sat back in it and it totally just flipped over behind her… and she was crying… that was pretty funny." ~Lauren Kocur, Senior

"If you could relive one moment of your summer, what would it be and why?"

"I was at the beach one time with my friends and then my mom showed up. My mom was setting up her chair and she sat back in it and it totally just flipped over behind her… and she was crying… that was pretty funny." ~Lauren Kocur, Senior

“What is your favorite sport?”“Tennis.”“If you had the chance to meet Rafael Nadal, what would be the first thing you would do or say to him?”“First I would tell him how much I admire him and how awesome he is. Then, I would ask for his autograph, and of course, I would ask for him to play a few games with me…then I would ask him to introduce me to Djokovic.”“What’s your favorite thing about Nadal?”“Well, he is amazing. I think just how he gets around the court, and his speed. It’s just amazing how he can keep it up for hours.”~Shankar Taramangalam, Junior

“What is your favorite sport?”
“Tennis.”
“If you had the chance to meet Rafael Nadal, what would be the first thing you would do or say to him?”
“First I would tell him how much I admire him and how awesome he is. Then, I would ask for his autograph, and of course, I would ask for him to play a few games with me…then I would ask him to introduce me to Djokovic.”
“What’s your favorite thing about Nadal?”
“Well, he is amazing. I think just how he gets around the court, and his speed. It’s just amazing how he can keep it up for hours.”~Shankar Taramangalam, Junior

"If you could be any cartoon character, who would you be and why?""I don’t know…I don’t like being anyone else." ~Michelle Chen, Freshman

"If you could be any cartoon character, who would you be and why?"

"I don’t know…I don’t like being anyone else." ~Michelle Chen, Freshman