Andrew Grabowski has committed to University of St. Thomas - Texas

Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Tony Santucci Glenbrook Aquatics Northbrook Il
High School Paul Davis
tournament score
1M 3M 5M 7.5M 10M
Best Result 425.50 - - - -
Meets Competed In

IHSA State Meet

Physical Attributes
Years diving USA Diving AAU
7
Diving Honors

Freshman Conference Champion
2-time State Qualifier
2-time All-Conference Qualifier
School Record Holder 6 Dives-245.50
School Record Holder 11 Dives-425.50
27th Place at IHSA State Meet

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Maine South High School
School City
PARK RIDGE
School State
IL
Guidance Counselor
William Milano
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
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School Size
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TOEFL Score
Class Rank
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School Division
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Major Category
Business Mgmt and Admin. Services
Major
Marketing/Marketing Management, General
Other Academic Information
Varsity Club President Judith Snow Award Winner National Honor Society Member Senior Physical Education Leader Key Club Member Spanish Club Member
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Personal


First Name
Andrew
Last Name
Grabowski
Address
City
State
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Email
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Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
M
Height
6'
Weight
150
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights
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Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
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Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

I have been a four-year Varsity athlete on my school's diving team. I have also been the team's highest scoring diver for the three complete years I have been on the team. I have led the team as the strongest athlete and set an example for my teammates. Even as the lone freshman on the team, I was the best diver on the team, beating out the senior, two juniors, and sophomore divers. I was the team's captain (although not formally assigned, I was the leader of the team) for every year that I have been a part of the team. At the pool I take responsibility and leadership at practices as well as competitions.

When I am not at the pool leading my team, I act as a Patrol Leader of Boy Scout Troop 50. I take responsibility in supervising and guiding the younger scouts who are just getting started. I am currently a Life Scout, one rank away from Eagle Scout, and my Eagle Scout project is in progress. I am of the highest in regards to experience in my troop, so I take the role of organizing and helping the younger boys. The new boys need help getting started and figuring out how to go about advancing ranks. I lead them in their journey through Boy Scouts, just as my leaders did for me.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

I purse a "healthy athletic performance" by balancing my academic and athletic work. I manage my time effectively to ensure I succeed both in the pool and in the classroom.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I am involved in Boy Scouts of America and I am a member of Troop 50, located in Park Ridge, Illinois. Currently I am working towards the rank of Eagle, and my Eagle Project is in progress. During my time as a Boy Scout, which is about seven years, I have contributed to the community in numerous ways. I have been involved in many different Eagle projects of older scouts which consist of a significant project that benefits the community. I have painted in a school cafeteria, helped re-construct a parking lot, and helped landscape a school, to name a few examples. I have also dedicated my time to the community through service hours, which are required by Boy Scouts of America. In order to advance ranks, one must complete numerous service hours. I have successfully completed all of my service hours for Boy Scouts of America and continue to demonstrate a helpful attitude towards my community. Boy Scouts has taught me how service to my community works, and why it is important. I have learned that giving back to my community is important, because my community is where I grew up, and it is where I went to school, played sports, and met friends. I believe I owe it to my community due to what my community has given me throughout my life.

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