|Club||Tony Santucci||Glenbrook Aquatics||Northbrook||Il|
|High School||Paul Davis|
IHSA State Meet
|Years diving||USA Diving||AAU|
Freshman Conference Champion
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.
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.
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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