Spotlight: Freshman Max G.

Oct 4, 2016 | Features, Profiles

Max G. wasn’t always the curious curly-haired scientist student that he now is. Back when he was ten, he was, as he put it himself, “a small kid who simply liked turtles.” All that changed, however, when he went to the Galapagos, and his curiosity in the wonders of nature abounded. As a result, he became a much more driven student, and now excels at all types of sciences, from physics to biology.

Born in England, Max is what people call a “jack-of-all-trades”: he is good at a multitude of things, from

coding and playing flute to building and rock-climbing. As a native of England, arriving in the United States changed his life immensely, although he regrets not having kept in contact with his friends back across the ocean. Max is currently taking linear algebra in ninth grade, and he currently is the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of a major computer company.

So far, Nueva is the tenth school that Max has gone to, and he is “hoping Nueva is gonna be the best!” So do we, Max, so do we.

Born in England, Max is what people call a “jack-of-all-trades”