Sonnet Smith

Q: Describe how you were feeling when you first found out you were nominated to be on the court.
A: “When I first found out that I was nominated to be on the court, I was surprised and honored that the nominators felt that I was a good candidate.”
Q: What extracurricular activities are you involved in?
A: “I’m in S.T.A.N.D, Tennis, National Honor Society, Orchestra, Jazz Orchestra ,Boy Scouts Of America/venture crew, Young Leaders Academy, Freshman mentors, Student government, NAACP (national association for the advancement of colored people), and I’m heavily involved in my church.”
Q: What are your plans for after high school?
A: “After graduating from high school, I plan to further my education at the University of Indianapolis, one of the top-ranked schools in Indiana for sports medicine. While there, I plan to study physical therapy and minor in Spanish to become a physical therapist. My overall goal is to help change the culture of the medical field by providing quality care to people of all races, genders, and sexual orientations.”
A: “One of my favorite memories from high school is when the boy’s basketball team won Sectionals last year under the new head coach Mr. Patton.”

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