2015 Ontario Prospect Challenge -Offensive Player if the game
I am a “multi-potential” candidate for the right team and coach. I’m not afraid of stepping out of my comfort zone and also a multi-sport athlete. I am an honor roll student and an elite level athlete. I am from a highly reputable Canadian Prep School and seeking international opportunities to showcase myself and my leadership qualities. I am interested in pursuing an undergraduate degree in Business. I am the starting QB for the 1st varsity football team for my private boys high school (St. Andrew's College in Ontario, Canada this is a high school not a post-secondary college) and I also play on varsity Basketball team and varsity Track & Field Teams. I also have my Bronze Cross in swimming and have been a Junior Lifeguard at the YMCA.
I am a “multi-potential” candidate for the right team and coach. I don’t have defined borders. I am still young and curious and when I become interested in something I go hard at it. I’m not afraid of stepping out of my comfort zone.
I have many skills and had many experiences in different areas that I use to pursue interests...on and off the field. This is leading me to want to pursue a career as an Orthopedic Surgeon, sports medicine or business (for now since I’m only in grade 9).
I am an honor roll student and an elite level athlete. Last year I received the Male Athlete of the Year award for my Grade 8 graduating class. I am from Canada and seeking international opportunities (and Canadian opportunities) to showcase myself and my leadership qualities.
My main position is QB however I played starting Wide Receiver also in my freshman high school year. I am two sport athlete as a starter on my high school basketball team. I also have my Bronze Cross in swimming and will be volunteering at the YMCA over the next several months as a junior lifeguard. I have also won awards for track and field.
When I was on the athletic council for my grade 8 year I learned the importance of being a role model to my peers. How I handled winning and losing, how I tried to never give up and keep going and how I performed in the classroom was always being watched by others. It is special to know that people look up to you and that you can show them how important school is to your future.
I am volunteering in the aquatics department as a junior lifeguard with the YMCA. Swimming and swimming safety are things I grew up with and love working in healthy environments.
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