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High School
Palos Verdes High School
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Palos Verdes Estates
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Paula Stapleton
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Biological Sciences/Life Sciences
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AP Scholar, 11th Grade CSF, 10th,11th, 12th Grade
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Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

I have been playing water polo since I was 8 years old. For nearly a decade water polo has been a daily piece of my life. The years of dedication I put in, really push me to want to continue this decade long journey through college.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

I believe strongly in being a leader on and off the field, especially from being a team captain twice. I lead by example. In the pool, I do my best to not complain, limit talking, and give my 100% at every opportunity. I do this with the hopes that my teammates will follow this example. Out of the pool I spend time with all my teammates and work to be a good teammate and friend, I also organize group gatherings and stride to do well in my academics. All of this is to provide a good example for my teammates to follow.

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

I pursue a healthy athletic performance as a student-athlete by listening to myself, manage my responsibilities, and showing respect to my coaches and peers. I listen to my body and mind when going to practice, if I'm sick I will take the best precautions to get better and understand my limitations. If I'm having a bad day, I work through my athletics but change my mindset. I work on my responsibilities outside of school such as homework and college applications, so that when I go into practice I am as clearheaded and able to work as possible, leading to a healthy performance athletically. Lastly respecting my coaches and peers, I am able to create a more healthy athletic performance from not only myself, but my teammates.

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

I am involved heavily in my local youth ministry, I serve as a Red Cross Blood Donor Ambassador, and I volunteer often at Orthopaedic Children's Institute. I hold a special place in my heart to my youth ministry as I have gone to that group through tough times and gotten help, I hope to provide the children I volunteer with the same opportunity. I serve with the Red Cross, because I understand and believe in the importance of giving blood and how necessary it is. I volunteer at the children's institute because I am able to see children with a range of orthopaedic deficits get cured, it is very rewarding to be a part of such a organization.

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