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Jazzie Arreola

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Jazzie Arreola

How Long have you been at West Early College?

“I’ve been at West Early College for-this is my fourth year, since sixth grade.”

 

What is it like growing up with a twin?

“It’s fun, when you’re little because everyone’s like, ‘oh there’s twins; because we actually dressed alike and now I just do my own thing and so does my sister.”

 

Who has been the kindest to you in life?

“My mom.. She’s always been there for me, like she’s the only parent and guardian that’s been there for me.”

 

What are you most proud of?

“I’m most proud of being a student athlete, like getting my work done at school and also being a varsity athlete.”

 

What is the most inspirational thing someone’s told you?

“My uncle told me I would be the first female to play in the NFL.”

 

What would you like to do when you graduate high school?

“I would like to go to college, I don’t know what I want to do now. I still have many more years to think about it.”

 

What are one of your regrets?

“One of my regrets is um not fixing things with my ex because now I’m trying to get back with her.”

 

Are there any funny stories your family likes to tell about you?

“Yeah uh, like when I was small my mom said I would sing to her, sing in spanish to her.”

 

What songs have you completely memorized?

“FEFE, by 6ix9ine and TASTE by Tyga”

 

What was the happiest moment in your life?

“The happiest moment in my life was when I got to meet Von Miller, like I got his autograph.”

 

What is the best thing that has ever happened to you?

“The best things that has happened to me is winning the Denver Cowboys Junior League championship.”

 

What quirks do you have? Have you ever caught yourself doing one of these things?

“I like- I just crack my fingers I guess. I don’t notice myself doing it that much either.”

 

What  is the greatest gift you’ve ever received?

“Life, because I wouldn’t be who I am if I wasn’t born”

 

What is the most impressive thing you know how to do?

“I play football, not a lot of females play football.”

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