Austin Wilcox

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I was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. I am currently a Junior and I go to Mount Vernon Presbyterian School. I have been going to Mount Vernon School for 6 years now: I first went to the school in 6th grade. Before Mount Vernon, I went to Sarah Smith Elementary for 1st to 5th grade. Currently, I am Mount Vernon's video-grapher, I film any school events, edit the videos I shoot, and give the completed copy to the school's video production teacher, which is then stored into the school's memory archive. Along with video-graphing, I play Mount Vernon Tennis after school each week day. Currently, I am with a doubles partner and we have won 4 matches out of 6 of the 2012-2013 season.

I love computers! My friend and I are the number one person to go to when there is a computer problem. I generally work more with computer programs and in-depth knowledge: more working with programs, knowing how to use them and to correct them. My friend works more in computer hardware: such as computer parts and building. Everything I do, such as homework, notes, video editing, etc., is done on my computer. I work better on computers due to the fact that I love using computers in my every-day life.

On the side, I have many hobbies. I love to do hands-on activities, such as working with wood and building many things out of various materials. I am certified for scuba diving: I am an Advanced Open-Water Diver and I go on many trips to the beach with my Dad and we usually go scuba diving. I tend to keep up with my service hours: I get service hours for videotaping at my school. Other hobbies include programming and installing various programs; learning more about the system of the computer. And I plan out my time during the day so that I am able to rest a little, yet be productive for the rest of the time.

  • Education
    • Mount Vernon Presbyterian School