Sun, Jun 09|
My High School Journey-Senior Graduate Interview
Join us to meet five outstanding graduates and learn their insights on how to manage the high school work load while juggling multiple extracurricular activities!
Time & Location
Jun 09, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
All-Star Academy, 10760 Thornmint Rd, San Diego, CA 92127, USA
About the Event
This event is for high school students to talk about their high school journeys. When registering, please register each guest separately and put your school if you are a student.
Here are the profiles of the five seniors:
Max Jackman is an accomplished Eagle Scout and has recently thrived as a nationally ranked Public Forum debater. He interned at SanfordDesigns and PracticeCFO over the summer and loved his time competing on the Cross Country and Volleyball teams alongside his best friends. He will attend Claremont McKenna College majoring at the intersection of Neuroscience and Economics combining the two in a Science Management Major.
Sophia Chen has been president of Torrey Pines Science Olympiad, interned in labs at UCSD, created a science club for elementary schoolers, and played volleyball for club and high school varsity. She will study bioengineering at MIT next year.
Eddy Li is a current senior at Canyon Crest Academy. He is broadly interested in political theory, philosophy, and computer science. On campus, he is heavily involved with debate, computer science club, and World Affairs Council. In his free time, he enjoys napping and playing tennis. He attended a couple of college panels in the years past and is excited to give back! He will study at Brown University.
Annie Lu is a senior at Canyon Crest Academy who will be going to Williams College next year. Her passions include writing (creative, expository, and academic), music, political activism, and walking her dog. She hopes to study math and political science and pursue law in the future.
Annaclare Splettstoezer will attend Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington with a full scholarship, double majoring in one humanities and one neuroscience-oriented subject. An accomplished speech and debater, she served as a team captain for both sports. Annaclare participated widely in performing arts programs, such as the annual school musicals and symphonic bands. She served the community as a church volunteer. Annaclare is also a four-year varsity track and field athlete.