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Joshua Schriever

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Josh S.

On May 13, 1995 Darin and Laurel Schriever and son Caleb welcomed Joshua Schriever into the world. Josh was followed by Susanna, Luke, Daniel, Anna, MaryAnna, and Joanna.

Josh stays busy with his school activities which include: cross country, track, robotics club, band, choir, and National Honor Society. He also stays busy within the community participating in the Faith Baptist youth group (FRED) and Boy Scouts (Eagle Scout).

For his senior year classes Josh is taking band, choir, work study, college psychology, grammar, and AP calculus.

In his spare time Josh enjoys watching "œLord of the Rings" or "œGame of Thrones". He also likes reading "œThe Circle" trilogy by Ted Dekker and listening to his own music. He plays an array of instruments including: guitar, bass, steel guitar, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, piano, drums, bagpipes, and the didgeridoo. His favorite subject is physics and his favorite color is transparent. If Josh could spend one day with someone (living or dead) he would spend it with Nikola Tesla. He was an inventor, a genius, and a visionary.

Josh has had many honors in his high school career they include: National Honor Society, National Merit Scholarship qualifier, state track and cross country qualifier, all conference for cross country, state finalists in robotics club, and state jazz band.

For the future Josh plans on going to for a four year program at Vanderbilt, UMKC, or UNI in computer science. In ten years Josh sees himself hopefully working at Google. His most memorable moment of high school was qualifying for state robotics which was the school's first year having a robotics club. When Josh was asked if he had any words of wisdom for the underclass man he said, "œYou'™ll have some tough problems, not just in school but in life. Don'™t say 'Oh I don'™t know how to do this.' Treat it as a challenge and figure out how to do it!"