I grew up in the suburban township of West Chester, Ohio. The most important thing about me is that I always have fun. At a very young age, my parents always told me to be very respectful of the people around you. I respect people’s decisions and other opinions on topics, but I look for the reasons why and the facts behind there opinions. I also was taught to treat people the way that you would want to be treated.
Growing up in the Lakota district I also idolized my friends. Transferring into Moeller my sophomore year started out a little difficult for me. It was different for me because I had to make the transition of not being with those friends, I had every day to going to a school where I knew a handful of people. The guys at Moeller really brought me in even on my first day of school. I had heard things about Moeller but that became reality. The Brotherhood has really influenced me for the year and a half I have been apart of the Moeller community and will influence me forever.
Video games has been a joy of mine for a very long time. Going back to the Modern Warfare 2 days and Mario Super Sluggers were my go-to games after school. That was when I truly started to enjoy video games. If I wasn’t playing video games, I was playing home run derby with my neighbors with a whiffle ball bat and a tennis ball. This is when I first realized how important it was to win, and so my competitiveness began to grow. I love to win, and winning is the only thing that matters, but when you lose you learn from every loss and grow from it.
At Moeller I play baseball and am an honor roll student. I take my education seriously, and try hard in school. I may not be the smartest in chemistry, but I am gifted in math and I have the mentality to think that everything has an answer and I will do anything to find it. My favorite subject in school is gym or study hall and many people agree with me. After high school, I am going to study aviation. I want to be a commercial pilot and maybe own a restaurant.
Being a Moeller student is inspiring. I am inspired to follow the people’s footsteps on the walls and look to leave a lasting mark on Moeller. I want people to remember me as a man of my word, and I would do anything for my brothers. I believe that family is the most important thing to me, and I see Moeller as part of my family. I look up to my parents and listen to their advice almost every day. This makes me a better person each day and makes me learn from my past mistakes. This is me your author, THE Parker Allen.