July 28, 2014

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Paul Tyndall


BIOGRAPHY:
Hello, I’m Paul Tyndall, a current senior of South Lenoir High School. The past four years have been quite an adventure. I have come to understand that success is earned through effort, diligence, and the ability to adapt to any situation. I have also discovered that one can be successful and have fun at the same time.

South Lenoir has been the perfect environment in which to foster my growth as a person. As a Blue Devil, I have devoted myself to excellence in the hopes of bringing honor to my school through a variety of activities such as Quizbowl, Track, Cross Country, Future Business Leaders of America, and the musical, Willy Wonka. Serving my fellow classmates as the Student Council President has been a difficult, but exciting responsibility. From speeches, to pep rallies, I’ve been able to do it all, even dressing up as a Blue Devil with Moses hair and splitting the “Blue Sea” of fans at a basketball game!

If I could go back to freshman year and relive the last four years, I would jump on the chance in a heartbeat. I have grown to love my school and the people that I attend it with. Even though it’s cliché, I’ll say it: the South Lenoir Devils and Devilettes are my second family, and the school itself is my second home.


SCHOOL: South Lenoir High School
NAME: Paul Tyndall
AGE: 18
PLANS FOR NEXT YEAR: Serve a 2-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
FAVORITE SCHOOL SUBJECT: Spanish
FAVORITE EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITY: Cross-country
FAVORITE BOOK: Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card
FAVORITE SONG: “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen
FAVORITE BAND: Zac Brown Band
FAVORITE TV SHOW: Seinfeld
FAVORITE MOVIE: The Patriot
FAVORITE ACTOR/ACTRESS: Gerard Butler
FAVORITE FOOD: Nachos and cheese with jalepeños
FAVORITE THING TO DO ON WEEKENDS: Going to Walmart and the movies with friends
FAVORITE SEASON: Fall
FUN FACT: I play the violin and mandolin
IF YOU WERE STRANDED ON A DESERTED ISLAND AND COULD ONLY TAKE ONE ITEM WITH YOU, WHAT WOULD IT BE?: A boat

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