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Adam Gajewski

De Pere High School

Nov. 17, 2012
 
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Adam Gajewski, a De Pere High School senior, is a highly motivated and intelligent student. His work ethic is extraordinary. He has maintained a 4.0 grade point average with a rigorous course load, including honors, college credit and Advanced Placement courses. He has been very involved in football, soccer and golf. He is currently vice president of Future Business Leaders of America. Adam has also been involved in student council, National Honor Society, and Ski and Snowboard Club. Adamís community service is exceptional with much of his volunteer time spent at his church. Adam plans to study at a competitive university; he will succeed because he has the skills, motivation and diligence to do so.

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2012-13 school year

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