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Senior superlatives for the class of 2024

Seniors voted for which student of their class best aligned with certain superlatives
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SENIOR SUPERLATIVES
MOST LIKELY TO BE PRESIDENT
MOST LIKELY TO BE PRESIDENT

Meron Abebe

“I’m happy that my fellow peers voted for me, I did the math and I would actually be running for presidency in 2044 so I really can count on my fellow students’ votes. Vote for me.”

Walt Midyett

“It’s definitely an honor. I appreciate the respect I got for my senior class and maybe one day I will be president. I hope you guys vote for me.”

MOST LIKELY TO BE A PRO ATHLETE
MOST LIKELY TO BE A PRO ATHLETE

Truman Griffith

“I feel very honored, it’s a pretty good feeling. If there’s any award I was going to win, I feel like it’d be this one. I appreciate everyone who voted for me.”

Gus Hawkins

“I thought it was pretty cool to get voted. I think it’s because I’m going to go play D1 football. I had a pretty good senior season and I’m excited to see where I stack up with the other guys [on the team].”

MOST LIKELY TO BE AN INFLUENCER
MOST LIKELY TO BE AN INFLUENCER

Emily Summa

“I think I got most likely to be influencer because of my TikToks. I love posting my school outfits.”

Violet Hentges

“Being voted for this makes me feel like I need to be an influencer now. I vlog my entire life on my private story and the entire school is on it, so it makes sense that this is what I’d be voted for.”

MOST LIKELY TO BE ON SNL
MOST LIKELY TO BE ON SNL

Riley Martin

“It’s very validating to win because [comedy] is the career path I want to go into so to know that people thought that of me is cool. People probably voted for me because I’ve talked about wanting to go into comedy, and I also hope I’m funny.”

Nate Garner

“I’m glad people think I’m funny. Sometimes I’m worried that people think that I’m stupid actually, but it’s cool to know that people think I’m funny. I’m probably not the funniest, but I’m the loudest. When people think of goofy goobers, they think of me.”

MOST LIKELY TO MAKE SOMEONE’S DAY
MOST LIKELY TO MAKE SOMEONE’S DAY

Bridgit Duffin 

“It feels great to win. It feels like such a compliment. I try to walk around the halls with a smile on my face, so I hope that had something to do with [why I won].”

Ethan Brownfield

“Feels great to win, it’s awesome that most people think that [I make people’s day] and I’m very grateful to have this award. Maybe they voted for me [because they] think I’m nice, I’m happy they voted for me.”

MOST LIKELY TO DRESS THE BEST
MOST LIKELY TO DRESS THE BEST

Kiera Patty

“It’s exciting to see that other people appreciate my outfits, it was really cool to win [best dressed]. I think my style is unique, so it stands out when you walk down the hall and see it.”

Sarah Coleman

“I definitely have a pretty unique sense of fashion this year. I haven’t dressed as consistently as I used to, but when I do wear outfits that I actually put effort into I feel like they’re pretty different and people probably remember that.”

MOST LIKELY TO WIN A NOBEL PRIZE
MOST LIKELY TO WIN A NOBEL PRIZE

Sarah Anderson

”It feels good to win, I think I complained a lot about some of my harder classes, so then people think that I’m in hard classes and want me to win.”

Georgia Hansen

“I think I won because I’m in a lot of STEM classes. And in those classes, I’m known for helping out my peers whenever they struggle, and I think the assumption is that I never struggle. But even if that’s not the case, I think that people believe that I’m smart and that I’m driven and that I’m hopefully going to make a difference one day.”

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Madelyn Mulryan
Madelyn Mulryan, JagWire reporter/photographer
This is sophomore Madelyn Mulryan’s first year on the JagWire staff. She is exploring all roles for newspaper but especially writing. She enjoys reading, listening to music, spending quality time with friends and binge-watching shows. Maddie is involved in Youth for Refugees, Women’s Empowerment, Model UN and Debate. She is excited to make this year of newspaper great!
Anna Zwahlen
Anna Zwahlen, JagWire editor-in-chief, Mill Valley News editor-in-chief
This is senior Anna Zwahlen’s second year on the JagWire newspaper staff. She is thrilled to be one of the new Editors In Chief of the JagWire and Mill Valley News. Anna is also involved in the National Honor Society, National English Honor Society, Scholars Bowl, GSA and is co-president for Youth for Refugees. Outside of school, Anna loves to read and spend time with her friends, as well as listen to new music and watch her favorite TV shows and movies between her work as a barista.
Ian Chern
Ian Chern, JagWire copy editor
This is junior Ian Chern’s second year on the JagWire staff. This year he is taking up the role of copy editor along with writer and photographer. Outside of school, Ian enjoys watching sports, listening to music, playing basketball and soccer, volunteering at food banks and spending time with friends and family. He is also a member of NHS, Science Olympiad and likes to participate in Relay for Life.

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