People of Fenton: sophomore Ian Mills

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“I got really into tennis as well as playing the tuba in multiple ensembles. Strangely enough I’ve grown to really like math. I like to think of it as a problem solving class rather than just numbers and letters. I am currently in Geometry. When I graduate high school I want to be an architect, so knowing how to find measurements is a good skill and something necessary for that career. I like to draw buildings and spaces and I really like how my ideas can be put in the real world as something people will see or use every day.” – sophomore Ian Mills

Andrea Elsholz, Print Editor in Chief