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Two minutes with a Hornet

By Max Conlin

The Oak Leaf seeks to interview a variety of students at Alameda High and see what their daily life at home and at school is like.

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Q. What is your name, grade and age?

A. “Rowan Esquer. I am 16 and a junior.”

Q. What is your favorite class and why? 

A. “AP English because Ms. Roenisch challenges me and we read very interesting pieces of work.”

Q. How do you represent your Hornet Pride?

A. “I am a part of JSA [Junior Statesmen of America]. I am an officer of the club and it makes me feel proud to be a part of a club that I enjoy.”

Q. What is one thing you hope to accomplish while you are in high school?

A. “I want to learn more about film because I want to major in it and want to pursue a career in film.”

Q. How does the reality of High School differ from what you thought it would be?

A. “I saw the movie ‘High School Musical’ back in elementary school and thought high school would be very similar to that movie in a good way.”

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