Favorite book and its author: “The Compound Effect” by Darren Hardy
Favorite musician: Frank Sinatra
After-school activities: Academic Team, piano
Parents: Doug and Julie Rasmussen
Favorite teacher and why: Mr. Hurni, because he makes learning fun and there’s never a dull day in his class.
Personal hero and why: My dad is my hero because of his unconditional love and support for me no matter what it is I am pursuing. He has taught me many lessons my whole life that I will never forget.
Preferred College: BYU
Dream job: Owner of a successful company.
Highlight of your high school experience: Being able to go to school with my brothers really meant a lot to me.
Q: What accomplishment are you the most proud of?
A: Being named captain of our Academic Team was a really proud moment for me.
Q: If you were the principal of your high school for a week, what would you do or change?
A: I would foster more school spirit by running down the halls screaming the fight song or wearing orange and black every day.
Q: If you could have dinner with one person, living or dead, who would you choose and why?
A: Jesus Christ, because he has had a lot of influence in my life and it would be great to meet him.
Q: If you could live anywhere or do anything for one year, what would you do and why?
A: Go sightseeing all over because the world is a beautiful place with beautiful people and I want to experience all of it.
Q: What advice would you give to yourself as a freshman?
A: High school doesn’t last forever, so enjoy it and participate. Popularity ends on yearbook day but respect lasts a lifetime, so be remembered as the nice guy and put effort into whatever you pursue.
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