Student Highlight: Andrew Angulo Shares His Advice for Battling Procrastination

Soon-to-be-graduate, Andrew Angulo, has a simple philosophy for managing his busy schedule. “All the activities that I do haven’t made school any more difficult because I don’t procrastinate, and whenever I have free time, I do my work,” said Angulo. “If I know that a teacher is going to assign something in advance, I’ll tackle the project before they assign it.”

As number seven in class, and in the top five percent in the senior class, Angulo’s words of wisdom have proven to be a success, and could easily be used as advice for future graduates. In addition to his stellar grades, he plays soccer, tennis and indoor track, as well as being an active member of the social committee, math club and STEM club.

Any future plans for college?

I’m going to Northeastern University to study computer science and computer engineering in the college of engineering.

What do you love about engineering?

I love that engineering allows for a direct way to improve the world. Over the summer I will continue playing sports and hopefully go on a trip to somewhere I’ve never been.

Who is your role model?

My mother is my role model because she is always true to who she is.

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