Seniors Hall of Fame (part 2)

We are back with a second article where we feature our dearest, beloved seniors. Now, we have interviewed a new set of seniors to find out what else they wish to say to us and what words of wisdom they intend to impart upon us.

David Sung: 

-What are your plans for next year? 

“College, probably. Which college, I don’t know. ”

-Do you have any final words and advice for the high school students

“Try to have fun. You need fun in your lives, but do some work too. Troll. A lot. FIND YOUR SOUL MATE HERE.”

-What is your best or worst memory of ICS?

“My best memory has to be being with friends. Friends make me happy. And the play. The play was really, really, really fun. TROLL”

 

David Sung

David Sung

Jeremy Chendrawan: 

-What are your plans for the next year? 

“Either work or internships, I hope to be able to coach tennis”

-Do you have any final words or advice for the high school students?

“Have more friends but never abandon your old friends. Trole [sic]. Lesson without pain is meaningless because to gain something, you need to sacrifice. When you go through pain, you gain a full metal heart.”

-What is your best or worst memory of ICS?

“Best memories are the ones with all my friends in ICS over the years. Trole [sic].”

Jeremy Chendrawan

Jeremy Chendrawan

Ian Dooley: 

-What are your plans for next year? 

“I’m going to North West and studying exercise science, or psychology since it runs in the family.”

-Do you have some final words and advice for the high school students?

“Enjoy the time you have at ICS. It’s a special place with special people. Take advantage of that and cherish every moment.”

-What is your best or worst memory of ICS?

“The best memory is making all my friends but the worst is having to watch them leave”

Forlorn Ian Dooley

Forlorn Ian Dooley

-here, the Journalist student-slash-writer’s heart shatters- We’ll miss you too, Ian. 

Elizabeth Koh: 

-What are your plans for the next year?

“I’m going to work on a ship for three months before going to college.”

-Do you have final words or pieces of advice for the high school students?

“Give your 100% in all that you do. Don’t do anything you’ll regret later. Appreciate your friends and teachers.”

-Best or Worst memory of ICS: 

Best memory: Spending time in drama and getting to know everyone.

Worst memory: Not being able to spend more time with some people in school

Elizabeth Koh

Elizabeth Koh

Ruslan Nikitin: 

-What are your plans for next year? 

“I will be here at Kapplan.”

-Do you have any final words and advice for the high school students? 

“Take extra care when studying Economics.”

-What is your best or worst memory of ICS?

“My best(and worst? Not clearly indicated) memory is the senior guys and friends. ”

Ruslan Nikitin

Ruslan Nikitin

Josh Sullivan: 

-What are your plans for next year? 

“I am currently not sure, it depends on where I intend to study. If I study in Australia, technically, I get half a gap year.”

-Do you have any final words or pieces of advice for the high school students? 

“Enjoy high school, where life is easy. Don’t do anything stupid and remember TANSTAAFL.”

-What is your best or worst memory of ICS? 

“My best memory of ICS is having Mr. Den Hartog demonstrate how to milk a cow. My worst memory was discovering I was the only freshman on my WWOW trip (which turned out well in the end).”

Josh Sullivan and his Ian-like growth

Josh Sullivan and his Ian-like growth

Stephen Wiggins: 

-What do you like about ICS? 

“ICS allows students to engage in sports, extra curricular activities, and academics while trying to graduate. I think ICS is amazing because the teachers, students, and faculty work together to make studying enjoyable. Academics are not the only aspect that should be apart sports and chapel.”

-How long have you been at ICS? 

“I have been at ICS for six months since January 2015”

-What wise advice do you have for people? 

“I would advise the underclassmen to focus on their studies but not rush through high school. The growing up years in high school allows a teen to mature and take their time. By rushing through to get all the graduation requirements and finishing early, a student cannot fully take the time to learn.”

 

Gibby Pena

-What do you like about ICS? 

What I really like about ICS, especially in the high school is that almost everyone knows each other. It’s like everyone is your friend and I really like that.

-How long have you been at ICS? 

I’ve been at ICS since 5th grade so tat would be 8 years.

-What wise advice do you have for people? 

Don’t take APs and do the play at the same time. #SternLaugh #grenade #yolo
But for real, juniors out there, senioritis is real so please plan accordingly.

 

Liam Riley
-What do you like about ICS? 

My favourite part about ICS is that everyone gets along. Even if they don’t like each other there isn’t any bullying and they try to get along anyways.

-How long have you been at ICS? 

I’ve been at ICS since halfway through my freshman year, so that’s almost three and a half years.

-What wise advice do you have for people? 

Live through school one day at a time. Thinking about everything you have to do in the next two or three years will only stress you out and make it much more difficult to do. If you do it bit by bit and trust that you will be able to do it, then it gets much easier.

 

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