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Stellar Student: Zachary Zeller

Zachary Zeller

4:37 PM, Feb. 6, 2013  |  Comments
Zachary Zeller
Zachary Zeller
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Name: Zachary Zeller

Parents' names: Glenn Zeller and Annette Van De Kreeke

School: Kiel High School

Year in school: 12

GPA: 3.613

What extracurricular activities have you been involved with during high school? German Club, "Menagerie," Science Club

What is one academic accomplishment about which you feel particularly good? Passing FST (Functions, Statistics, and Trigonometry), a college-level math class

What class or extracurricular activity influenced your decision regarding the career you plan to pursue? Human Behavior (psychology course)

What advice do you have for those just starting their high school career? Learn to study. You may not feel the need to at first, but you'll thank yourself in the long run, especially with advanced/college-level classes.

What is one high school memory you think you'll still be talking about at your class reunion decades from now? Senior "Skit-Night" for homecoming in the 2012-13 school year (satirical mix of an "average" school day and some favorite movie characters)

What are your plans after high school? University of Wisconsin System: two years near home (most likely UW-Manitowoc) for general eds, then two years at UW-Green Bay for psychology major

Teacher recommendation: What makes this student stellar? "Zachary Zeller is a stellar student due to his vast spectrum of interests. He maintained a grade point average of 3.613 while taking several advanced classes. Zach was an officer in the school's Science Club and participated in Rube Goldberg building and science night for elementary students at the public library. He was also selected to be a published author in 'Menagerie,' a book made of the best literary works created by students of eight schools." - Robert Landwehr, physics teacher

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