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Jason Leuthold

Jason, the Bearded Man

On July 14, 1993, the world welcomed Jason Leuthold. He was welcomed by his parents, Kenny and ReNae. He has an older brother Nate, and a younger sister Mckenzie. Also, he has two dogs named Abbie and Champ.

Jason has been very active in extracurricular activites throughout his career. He has participated in the musical for four years, large group speech for four years, individual speech for two years, the May term play for four years, jazz band II for one year, jazz band I for three years, band and choir both for four years, football for one year, quiz bowl for three years, international club for four years, and jazz choir for four years. He has also been very involved in Sr. RCYF with the First Reformed Church.

Jason is taking many rigorous this year. He is taking band, choir, HAP, AP Calculus, AP Spanish, Grammar, psychology, Government, intro to psych, and speech.
Jason has received many honors and scholarships throughout high school. He has received the Founder’s Scholarship, and the Weston Noble Music Scholarship.

Out of Jason’s greatest high school memories, his favorite is participating in the All-State Choir Junior year.  Jason has many favorites. His favorite movies are Up and Inception. He enjoys listening to alternative music and folk artists. His favorite artists are Anberlin, Florence, Regina Spektor, and the Machines. Jason prefers the colors blue and green. He enjoys reading the books “Fahrenheit 451,” and “I Am American (and So Can You!).” Jason has a fond interest in the subjects of psychology and history. Jason’s favorite foods include stir fry and steak. Also, Jason’s favorite TV show is “The Office.” And to top it all off, Jason enjoys beards.

    Jason has a very bright future, and he is going to see to it that his future plans happen. These plans include attending Luther for history and museum studies. In ten years Jason sees himself possibly married, and working in a museum in a city.

    If Jason could spend one day with anyone it would be Stephen Colbert. Jason goes on to explain that he is a comedic genius. Jason doesn’t see his show very often, but when he does, it makes him laugh a lot. Plus, when Colbert isn’t in character, he is actually an intelligent person who shares similar views with Jason.

    Jason’s words of wisdom and advice to the underclassmen are to not let yourself get stressed. He also advises them to take time to slow down and enjoy yourself.
Good luck in the future years to come, Jason!