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January 10, 2013

Student of the Week: Jeremy Yoon

by Allie Shannon

Jeremy Yoon is a senior  at Centennial, and  has proved himself to be an outstanding student. He is involved in the school’s jazz and concert band and has a great love for music. He stands out academically in math and is on the math team and was also inducted to the Math Honor Society. He is an all-around great student, and for his high grade point average was also inducted into the National Honor Society. Through National Honor Society he also completes fifteen hours of service to the community each year. On top of being a great student, Jeremy has also been on the tennis team all three years and plans to continue for his senior year. For all of these reasons Jeremy was chosen as Student of the Week.

The Centinal: What are your hobbies?

Jeremy: Playing ping pong with Grey and Travis, Netflix, sleeping, playing music, and eating.

The Centinal: What colleges have you applied to? Any top choices?

Jeremy: U of Chicago, Washington University in St. Louis, John Hopkins, U of I, U of Michigan, Harvard, and Princton. My top choices would be Harvard or Princeton.

The Centinal: What do you want to study in college?

Jeremy: Biomedical engineering and Premed.

The Centinal: What is your hardest class and why?

Jeremy: AP English, because it really challenges me and we have to write a ton of papers.

The Centinal: What is your favorite class and why?

Jeremy: It was fifth hour biology, because I love biology and I had many of my good friends in the class.

The Centinal: How do you like to study?

Jeremy: Read the materal, quiz myself, and talk about it with friends.

The Centinal: Are you excited for tennis this year? How do you think the team will do?

Jeremy: I’m really excited especially because it is my last season. I think that our team has a really good chance in making it far in both singles and doubles.

Favorite movie… Toy Story

Favorite celebrity…. Jeremy Renner

Favorite athlete…. Derrick Rose

Favorite food… Any Italian food

If you could live anywhere… Italy

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