Sophomore Saturday: Kai Farjo


Courtesy of Kai Farjo

Farjo looking out at the sunset at homecoming.

Maya Fu, Website Editor-In-Chief

Q: Tell us a little bit about yourself and what hobbies/sports you do.

A: I’m a sophomore at Huron and I enjoy going out to movies with my friends (especially the Minions movie). 


Q: How is this years learning different than last years? 

A: It’s different because we’re getting back to what it was like before the pandemic. We’re doing more work on paper and it’s a shock for a lot of people. 


Q: Which classes have you found the most interesting and why?

A: APUSH is definitely the most interesting because I never realized how people came to be in the continent of America, especially from the time of Columbus to the time of the colonies. 


Q: Describe something that surprised you coming back to school this year that you weren’t expecting?

A: I was surprised at the workload. Last year, I only got homework from one class, but this year, I get homework from four or five classes that totals to two or three hours. 



Q: What are your thoughts about personal project? What were some challenges you have faced so far? What are you working on?

A: I’m working on building and launching my own weather balloon. I feel like it’s an interesting class in that it’s not guided by teachers and you have to guide yourself. I think it’s a challenge to some people, and the deadlines and ways we’re graded are strict and not explained well in some ways. 


Q: If you could change one thing from your freshman self, what would it be? 

A: I would care less and spend more time relaxing.