Jackson Dunn is heading off to college with the comforting feeling that he performed his “job” very well these past four years. The Huntington High School Class of 2021 member compiled a strong academic record and prepared himself well for Loyola University Chicago, where the teenager intends to pursue a degree in political science.
A member of the National Honor Society, Mr. Dunn is a fine young man who is highly regarded by everyone at Huntington High School, including his classmates, teachers and the building’s support staff members.
Huntington Class of 2021 member Jackson Dunn is headed to the Loyola University Chicago.
The new grad said he “owes” his success to his work ethic. Without a doubt, Mr. Dunn is a very hard worker, who never failed to give his studies and assignments the attention they deserved. That’s what helped make him popular among faculty members. They appreciated his thoughtful comments during class discussions and they found his written work to be among the very best in the senior class.
Named a Distinguished Senior, the teenager will miss those discussions in Huntington High School classrooms, but Loyola University Chicago’s rooms are sure to come alive and be even more vibrant with the presence of Mr. Dunn. Simply put, he is not the type of student who lies low in a classroom. He can always be found smack in the middle of the intellectual action. He holds strong opinions and he enjoys sharing them and debating them.
From performing at Lincoln Center in Manhattan to assisting classmates with their Eagle Scout projects, Mr. Dunn has enjoyed varied experiences these past four years.
Loyola University Chicago enrolls more than 11,600 undergraduates and another 5,200 studying on the graduate level. There are 80 majors and another 80 minors offered.
As Mr. Dunn heads off to Chicago, he can take comfort in knowing that he will always have a home in Huntington.