Meet Our Students: Evan Hall

Evan Hall is a sixteen-year-old student at Boca Ciega High School who previously played the saxophone throughout his middle school years but now enjoys playing baseball and wrestling. In his free time, he enjoys hanging out with friends and playing video games. For Evan, exactly what he wants to be when he grows older isn’t a job, but in the future, Evan strives to be a better version of his current self. He hopes to become more disciplined and hardworking as well. To him the power of giving is going beyond yourself to help other people. When asked who he’d have lunch with out of anyone, he would choose to take Morgan Freeman to Applebee’s to eat cheeseburgers. 

Evan’s introduction written by fellow Student Service Program member, Harmoni Jackson. You can see the entire Class of 2025 here.


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