• Dr. Herpy

Meet Trey Petrella

1. How long have you been at Kenston? 10 years
2. What are your plans after high school? Double major with a business degree and public administration
3. What was your favorite class? There are too many to choose from, I would say AP Biology, AP Government, Business Law, Microbiology, and Russian would be in the top.
4. Who was your favorite teacher? I’ve enjoyed every single teacher I had throughout my high school career. Of course I liked some better than others but each teacher has taught me a valuable lesson that I will cherish for a lifetime.
5. What is your favorite Kenston memory? Again, too many to choose one. Getting elected as class president all four years is something I’ll never forget but my favorite is when I talk about old memories that I share with friends.
6. What is your favorite school event or activity? Serving as class president.
7. Are you still friends with the people you were friends with freshman year? Yes
8. What was your favorite year at Kenston? Junior Year
9. Who or what are you going to miss the most? I will miss the teachers, staff and administrators at Kenston because they have helped me more than they will ever know. However, I’ll miss my classmates and my friends the most because they have stuck with me through the good times and the bad. I wish all my classmates and friends continued success and I hope they know they will always hold a special place in my heart.
10. What do you regret the most about high school? Not playing more sports and meeting the friends I have today earlier.
11. Is there any advice you would like to give the next class of seniors? Give many thanks throughout the year and notice the small things because before you know it you’ll be walking across that graduation stage. Remember to lead by example and live by the quote “If attitude was a disease, would you want to catch yours?”. Always tell your parents you love them, say thank you, and give them many hugs because they will always support you through this crazy year. Never do something for a resume builder, do it to benefit your community. I wish you the best of luck with many successful moments filled with wonderful, unexpected surprises.

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