Student Spotlight On Adam Deemer


Tyler Stone, Staff Writer

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy outside of school?

I love kayaking, hiking and art. I absolutely love traveling and taking a day trip. Exploring new places with friends and being spontaneous is one of my strong suits.

What are your plans after graduation?

I hope to go to college for landscape architecture.

What is the greatest experience you have ever had?

The greatest experience I’ve ever had was traveling to France with so many of my close friends. That trip will always be one that I will remember and love to tell stories about.

What is your favorite thing about SHS?

My favorite thing about this school is that everyone is happy to be here. I find myself laughing every day in all of my classes. Stroudsburg is a place that I am glad to have to come to every day.

What movie can you watch over and over without ever getting tired of?  

I could watch any of the Cars movies all day. Ever since I was little Cars has been my favorite movie and is probably what started my obsession about everything cars. If you know me well, you know what I mean. I still have my Cars nightlight in my room from when I was 6.

Which countries/places would you like to travel to?

I would love to take a summer long road trip across the country to all the national parks in a Skoolie. A Skoolie is an old school bus that is retro-fitted into a mobile home. They’re pretty cool and if anybody else wants to join me let me know!

What is your life motto?

My life motto is to make sure to leave a name for yourself that you will be proud of.

What was your favorite class at SHS?

My favorite class is AP Art, yes it’s a class. I find myself relaxed and only thinking about my art.

What qualities do you value in people who you spend time with?

I enjoy hanging out with people that enjoy different things than me but also a lot of the same things. It allows me to experience a lot of new things that I have come to love. I also enjoy hanging out with people who are just happy.

When you are old, what do you think children will ask you to tell stories about?

Children could be asking what it was like to drive a car, because who knows, by then all cars could be self-driving.