What would be the most useful thing for me to know about you as a student?
 — I like to be able to reason through why I/we do what I/we do.

What do you wish was different about school?
 — I wish it was more geared to let you explore and learn about what you want to learn, so an individual’s intrinsic drive would constantly be driving them forward.

Describe a moment in school last year when you felt really engaged. Why do you think that moment was such a positive one for you?
 — In my creative poetry writing class because my professor was awesome, she made it pretty clear at the beginning she really just wanted us to enjoy the class and grades were not really a big factor in the class, so everyone just had fun.

What do you think teachers think about you, and what do you wish they’d think about you?
 — They probably think I am quiet because I generally don’t participate much in a majority of my classes, and I would like my professors to think that I just take a little bit to warm to my class.

Tell me about a teacher who you feel knew you well. What kind of student were you in this class? What did he or she do to get to know you?
 — I was constantly participating, and I had her in multiple classes, and we always talk when we run into each other.

If you could build a school, what would it look like?
 — It would take its looks from the green skyscrapers.

What do you wish I would ask you?
 — Where is November Project on Friday?

What makes a weekend day great for you?

— Getting in a nice hike, swim or run, and then going on an adventure with a friend or two with good food.

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