Throughout his high school career, Aidan was a part of the Model UN Club, the track team for two years, and also started a JSA Chapter which was active for 1 month.
If we don't hear back from his waitlisted schools, he will be attending the University of Southern California to study Economics.
Message from Family
Aidan, as I am sending you off to college, I would like to share some of my thoughts with you. Something I wish my parents would have told me when I was at your age. Please don't be afraid to explore and learn, don't be afraid to make a mistake and fail, and love with all your heart even when there is no guarantee. When you work, make the best effort you can even if the result isn't satisfactory. As long as you have tried your best, you can tell yourself, “I am enough, and I am worthy of love and belonging”. Be kind, authentic, and real. With all these days ahead of you, the experiences you gain along the way will make you a stronger and more mature person. You are going to encounter people from different parts of the world: embrace and respect their differences. There is always something you can learn from them.
Aidan, you are the most precious person in my life, and I will always love and support you. I am so privileged to be your mother to witness you step into adulthood. Please don't forget that I love you always.
Your lifelong cheerleader,
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