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Student of the Issue: Nick Algeo ‘15

Athlete, Scholar, and Netflix-lover Nick Algeo discusses his background and goals for the future.

Nick Algeo '15
Nick Algeo ’15

Out of the many gifted young students in the Class of 2015, Algeo stands out. He is a member of several clubs, sports, and activities all within the ring road of Malvern’s campus.

Q: Where are you from? What’s your background?

A: I lived in Upper Darby for a couple of years in my life. I went to St. Lawrence right on West Chester Pike. I later moved to Havertown while I was in the third grade, staying at St. Lawrence, and in sixth grade I came to Malvern Prep and have been here ever since.

Q: What kind of activities are you involved in at Malvern?

A: I am a MECO leader. I am on the winter and spring Track & Field team – I high jump and triple jump. I am a member of the National Honor Society, Adelphia Society, and Academic Competition team. I am also a proud member of the Drumline.

Q: Would you consider your Malvern career to be successful?

A: Yes, I would say it has been pretty successful. It has been a great experience for me, and Malvern has been like a second home to me.

Q: What do you like to do outside of school?

A: I really love hanging out with my family. I know a lot of people say that, but I honestly enjoy being with family and friends. I try to get out and be as active as possible. I also like to have a couple of “chill” nights – hanging out, watching Netflix and eating ice cream.

Q: What is your biggest goal for this year?

A: For this year, I would really like to get into Notre Dame. It has been my dream school since I was about four, and it would mean a lot to me if I got in. I don’t know if I will be able to go, but it’s something I am really hopeful for.

Q: Do you have any post-Malvern or even post-college goals?

A: Well, I don’t have a concrete goal set in place right now. I want to be able to primarily make myself and those around me happy. I’m just trying to find my place in the world.

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