Fab Freshman: Ryan Sheaffer

Sapphire McCready, Sports Editor

Ryan Sheaffer doesn’t seem to be your typical freshman.  He didn’t come into high school terrified of how he was going to do.

Sheaffer is extremely nice and tries to be friends with everybody.  Although he doesn’t do much in his spare time, he is still an interesting person.

“Ryan is extremely friendly and a great science student,” said Sheaffer’s favorite teacher Mr.Goodman, who teaches 9th grade Earth Science at BAHS.

BluePrint: What class from freshman year will you never forget and why?

Sheaffer: 3rd period science with Mr. Goodman because Mr. Goodman is the best science teacher I’ve ever had.

BluePrint: What goals do you have for the next three years of your B-A experience?

Sheaffer: To graduate!

BluePrint: What’s one thing you’ll do differently as a sophomore?

Sheaffer: Start doing my homework

BluePrint: What is the biggest difference between 9th grade and middle school?

Sheaffer: I have more freedom and responsibility.

BluePrint: What advice would you give 8th graders preparing to make the jump to high school?

Sheaffer: High school isn’t all that bad, just keep your head up and do your work.

BluePrint: What is your favorite movie?

Sheaffer: Divergent, Insurgent, If I stay

BluePrint: What is your favorite class?

Sheaffer: Science

BluePrint: What is your favorite food?

Sheaffer: Chicken

BluePrint: What is your favorite B-A lunch?

Sheaffer: Grandma’s Cookies

BluePrint: What type of music do you like?

Sheaffer: Everything but Jazz and Country

BluePrint: What is something that no one from your freshman class knows about you?

Sheaffer: I like to workout

BluePrint: What is the biggest struggle of being a freshman?

Sheaffer: Utilizing my time wisely