Lauren Le reflects on her experience at Fullerton as eye-opening, stressful, and unforgettable.
Le is really grateful to have participated on the Varsity tennis team for all four years because she was able to meet amazing friends.
“It made me realize that I can count on my team to help me get through hard times,” said Le, who has been playing tennis for 12 years.
Considering tennis has always been a constant in Le’s life ever since she was a child, the sport has shaped her into the person she is today.
“It has taught me dedication, hard-work and it gave me all the physical strength that I have today. It also motivated me in ways that I never thought that a sport can.”
Le’s family is another aspect of her childhood that shaped her. She comes from a big family who has always been there for her.
“I am lucky to have a family that is supportive because some people don’t have that.”
In addition to tennis, Le has been on the Principal’s Honor Roll all four years and received Student of the Month in Pre-Calculus Honors during her junior year.
Although she has not yet committed to a college, Le will major in Business or Communications because she loves socializing and meeting new people. She is unsure of what career she wants to pursue after college, but she plans to travel.