I was born in Denville, New Jersey on December 23rd, 1999. Growing up, I was the oldest of my three brothers and I’ve always lived in Denville my whole life. I attended a private Catholic school from preschool all the way through 8th grade. During my middle school years at Sacred Heart School, I was involved in several community service events and volunteer work that my grade carried out together. I alter served for my school’s church on Sundays and worked with teachers and students in local food drives that would feed the hungry in my local community. We also did various events like an annual 2k race for education and spending time with the elderly in a nearby senior living community home. In addition, we only had about 18 students graduating, and my entire school only had about 200 students in total.
I attended high school at the Morris County School of Technology (MCST) in my town. MCST is a four year, full time comprehensive career and technical high school. It is a magnet, acceptance only based high school ranked among the top 100 High Schools in the US. I was enrolled in their Computer Science academy consisting of about 21 students. My high school was also small, with only 180 students in my graduating class. During my years at MCST, I player on the boys soccer team, starting as JV and eventually making my way to a varsity position Senior year. Soccer was our most competitive and growing sport at my school, and I’ll never forget the countless memories and special relationships I made with my teammate and best friends on the field. I played right midfield on the offensive position. I ran track during my sophomore year until I quickly realized this was not the sport for me, although I was happy with the experience and satisfaction I gained from my season of running. Being able to start college early at my high school was one of the best commitments I could’ve been apart of. Spending four years with a focus on Computer Science and Network Security in High School definitely helped me to choose MIS here at Fox and I couldn’t have been more thankful. resume