School Subject: AP calculus; I enjoy numbers and the challenge the course offers
Extracurricular Activity: Student Council
Hobbies: Competitive golf and lacrosse, helping others, and having fun with my friends
Car: Range Rover Evoque
Store: Target; they sell everything from food to clothes to electronics
Musical Artist: Dave Matthews Band
Movie: Step Brothers
TV Show: Seinfeld
Cafeteria Food Must Have: Fresh fruit
Last Book Read That Wasn’t Required: Moby Dick
Person You’d Like to Meet: Pope Francis
Person Most Admired: My mom
Item always in your locker: Extra pencils, in case someone forgets their pencil on test day
First Job: Caddy at Sylvania Country Club
Top Accomplishment: As senior class president I planned the First Annual Breast Cancer Bowl – it was a huge success
After Graduation Plans: I plan on attending Miami University’s former school of business, majoring in business management. While enrolled I will study abroad and become involved through service groups and student government
Career Goal: I will attain a position in business management with one of the corporations I’ve interned with. Also, I would like to travel but move back to Toledo within 10 years after I’ve graduated from college to settle down and raise a family.
Quote from teacher: “Samuel Pfeiffer easily stands out as one of the most promising students I have interacted with in my 14 years in education,” said Stephanie Lenkey, English teacher. “Sam is a model of honesty and high moral character. He leads his peers by holding high expectations for responsibility and ethics of himself and with those he works. Samuel’s potential for success in all areas is great. By not being afraid to push himself and sometimes working outside of his comfort zone, Sam realizes he can achieve more. It is my honor to give this student my highest recommendation. Any institution would be lucky to have him among their student body.”
- Information is compiled for The Blade by the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West.
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