Most Likely to Succeed
There are very few students who are as active as Colby McIntire is. Not only is he active in a large number of extracurricular activities, having participated in football, wrestling, track, choir, international club, and mock trial for four years; and baseball, jazz choir, swing choir, National Honor Society, the backpack program, and student council (as Vice President this year) for two years, but also participates in many community and religious activities, such as the Vice President of the 3rd Avenue North Youth Group and a volunteer at vacation bible school.
If his many activities weren’t enough, Colby has a heavy class schedule, with classes in physics, government, economics, Composition I, and AP calculus. Obviously, Colby lives closely to his words of wisdom: “Don’t waste your time.”
If you can find Colby during one his rare moments of free time, you might find him enjoying one of his favorite things, such as the movie “The Book of Eli,” the book “North,” BBQ food, or country music.
Colby’s family consists of his parents, Brian and Stacey, and his younger sister, Kaylee. Family is very important to Colby, and he says that if he could spend a day with anyone in the world, he would spend it with his Grandpa McIntire who died too young.
During high school, Colby’s most memorable moment was helping send his team to wrestling team state duals during the home regionals. Colby plans to continue wrestling next year while attending Minnesota State University for his civil engineering degree.
By: Jacob Tilstra