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My name is Andrew Nelson and I am a Linfield Christian High School Graduate and I have attended Linfield for the past 4 years. I am a very energetic and sociable person, I have also been described as being funny, unique, and loveable. Meeting new people is one of my all-time favorite things. One of my favorite quotes is actually about meeting new people. It is written by an unknown author, "Nothing more exciting than meeting new people, hearing their stories, and being inspired." This quote really does mirror who I am and how I live my life. There is something special and unique about learning what makes people tick and about the experiences they've been through that have formed them into who they have eventually become. I have always found this exciting and interesting. I became interested in Theater dating all the way back to when I was just in 5th grade, and my love for the arts has only grown that much more through the years, I absolutely love performing in front of an audience and I feel alive and inspired with every role that I have played. I have also felt lead by God in helping others and providing them with support in whatever endeavors they seek. I believe that I was made this way to be able to help others. My favorite memory of all the years at Linfield would be hard to narrow down since there have been so many to recount. Mexico trip and Winter Mountain, however, would have to be one of the best.

My Favorite music:
Pop Punk, Alt Rock, 2010's Music

My Favorite Bible Verse:
Psalm 28:7-8:
"7. The Lord is my strength and my shield;
My heart trusted in Him, and I am helped;
Therefore my heart greatly rejoices,
And with my song I will praise Him.

8. The Lord is [a]their strength,
And He is the saving refuge of His anointed."

Andrew's Special Achievements

Throughout my high school career there were plenty of special achievements I managed to secure. For Junior year and for Senior year I attended Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (or RYLA for short). Ryla was an amazing experience that helped to grasp my purpose in the world and it taught me plenty of important things about leadership and what a leader should consist of. My Senior year I was able to go back as an alumnus and run the whole camp with some other fellow past Rylarians. I participated in Varsity Football for 2 years (Freshman and Sophomore). In Football, I received the Lion Award, this award was granted to me for the Christian Values I showed and shared with the team. I also received the Defensive Team Player of the Year and Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year awards. Each of these was received in my first year of Football. I lettered for both the years I participated. I was involved in Track and Field during my Freshman Year. Shotput, Discus, and Hurdles were the events that I participated in. Senior Year I was given the opportunity to participate in a school-led event named "Link", which is an event that is purposed to welcome new students into the school by means of community, upperclassmen wisdom, games, and friendship. I earned the honor of being picked into the prestigious National Society of Highschool Scholars (NSHSS) and I have been able to maintain that honor throughout high school and beyond. During my career at school, I took 2 AP classes and 2 Honors classes. I was in AP US History and AP Government and Economy. I also took Honors English and Honors Theater. In Junior Year I secured the position of the Bass singer in the Quartet for the Spring musical, "The Music Man". This was another crazy experience for me because I became close with my fellow cast members and especially my fellow Quartet members (Nathan Mariano, Noah Mariano, and Adam Silvester). This past Senior year I also scored the main role of Judas in the Fall musical, "Godspell". Godspell was an experience I will never forget because I along with the rest of the cast made so many amazing memories and developed new friendships. This experience helped me to grow further in my faith and more fully understand the path Jesus underwent while on Earth. Outside of school during my free time, I have taken part in many of the events hosted by my church. These events consisted of Vacation Bible Schools, Sports Camps, and a Living Nativity Set hosted every other year. The goal of these events is to teach kids the love of Jesus Christ through community and fun.

Andrew's Plans after Graduation

After graduation, I plan on attending California Baptist University in Riverside. I will be majoring in Computer Science with a minor in Theater. The first year I will be living on campus and I plan to participate in as many productions as possible and will also attempt to be involved with the Flag Football program. I will be taking the Air Force ROTC program for the entire time I am at the University. After I complete the 4 years in the ROTC I will go directly into active duty working in the field which I have chosen. I will be entering as an Officer and move up the ranks from there. Once I have completed this time I will then decide whether I will continue with the Airforce or go into the private sector in the field of Computer Science. On my off time, I will continue being involved in community service with my Church, and take part in theatrical productions as time permits.

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My name is Andrew Nelson and I am a Linfield Christian High School Graduate and I have attended Linfield for the past 4 years. I am a very energetic and sociable person, I have also been described as being funny, unique, and loveable. Meeting new people is one of my all-time favorite things. One of my favorite quotes is actually about meeting new people. It is written by an unknown author, "Nothing more exciting than meeting new people, hearing their stories, and being inspired." This quote really does mirror who I am and how I live my life. There is something special and unique about learning what makes people tick and about the experiences they've been through that have formed them into who they have eventually become. I have always found this exciting and interesting. I became interested in Theater dating all the way back to when I was just in 5th grade, and my love for the arts has only grown that much more through the years, I absolutely love performing in front of an audience and I feel alive and inspired with every role that I have played. I have also felt lead by God in helping others and providing them with support in whatever endeavors they seek. I believe that I was made this way to be able to help others. My favorite memory of all the years at Linfield would be hard to narrow down since there have been so many to recount. Mexico trip and Winter Mountain, however, would have to be one of the best.

My Favorite music:
Pop Punk, Alt Rock, 2010's Music

My Favorite Bible Verse:
Psalm 28:7-8:
"7. The Lord is my strength and my shield;
My heart trusted in Him, and I am helped;
Therefore my heart greatly rejoices,
And with my song I will praise Him.

8. The Lord is [a]their strength,
And He is the saving refuge of His anointed."

Throughout my high school career there were plenty of special achievements I managed to secure. For Junior year and for Senior year I attended Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (or RYLA for short). Ryla was an amazing experience that helped to grasp my purpose in the world and it taught me plenty of important things about leadership and what a leader should consist of. My Senior year I was able to go back as an alumnus and run the whole camp with some other fellow past Rylarians. I participated in Varsity Football for 2 years (Freshman and Sophomore). In Football, I received the Lion Award, this award was granted to me for the Christian Values I showed and shared with the team. I also received the Defensive Team Player of the Year and Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year awards. Each of these was received in my first year of Football. I lettered for both the years I participated. I was involved in Track and Field during my Freshman Year. Shotput, Discus, and Hurdles were the events that I participated in. Senior Year I was given the opportunity to participate in a school-led event named "Link", which is an event that is purposed to welcome new students into the school by means of community, upperclassmen wisdom, games, and friendship. I earned the honor of being picked into the prestigious National Society of Highschool Scholars (NSHSS) and I have been able to maintain that honor throughout high school and beyond. During my career at school, I took 2 AP classes and 2 Honors classes. I was in AP US History and AP Government and Economy. I also took Honors English and Honors Theater. In Junior Year I secured the position of the Bass singer in the Quartet for the Spring musical, "The Music Man". This was another crazy experience for me because I became close with my fellow cast members and especially my fellow Quartet members (Nathan Mariano, Noah Mariano, and Adam Silvester). This past Senior year I also scored the main role of Judas in the Fall musical, "Godspell". Godspell was an experience I will never forget because I along with the rest of the cast made so many amazing memories and developed new friendships. This experience helped me to grow further in my faith and more fully understand the path Jesus underwent while on Earth. Outside of school during my free time, I have taken part in many of the events hosted by my church. These events consisted of Vacation Bible Schools, Sports Camps, and a Living Nativity Set hosted every other year. The goal of these events is to teach kids the love of Jesus Christ through community and fun.

After graduation, I plan on attending California Baptist University in Riverside. I will be majoring in Computer Science with a minor in Theater. The first year I will be living on campus and I plan to participate in as many productions as possible and will also attempt to be involved with the Flag Football program. I will be taking the Air Force ROTC program for the entire time I am at the University. After I complete the 4 years in the ROTC I will go directly into active duty working in the field which I have chosen. I will be entering as an Officer and move up the ranks from there. Once I have completed this time I will then decide whether I will continue with the Airforce or go into the private sector in the field of Computer Science. On my off time, I will continue being involved in community service with my Church, and take part in theatrical productions as time permits.