This Allen. Allen is one of the sweetest and kindest seniors at Frankford Highschool. He makes a positive impact in not only his school but also at the district with his art and humor. Not only that but, if there was anything that needs to be done, he does it. He does this because, "There is so much to be done in the world with little people to do them".
Q: What is your full name?
A: Allen Scribner.
Q: What clubs/activities are you engaged in at school?
A: At school, I am engaged in choir, culinary, drama, and drumline.
Q: What do you plan to do after high school? Why?
A: After high school, I plan to go to college for musical theatre because I love to act and entertain; I love the positive attention.
Q: Have you decided on the college you would like to go to?
A: I’ve decided to go to Temple University.
Q: What is your best memory from your senior year?
A: Rehearsing for the Charlie Brown musical and hanging out with teachers and friends are some of the best memories I have for my senior year.
Q: What is your best memory from all of high school?
A: Joining the school’s drumline and joining the choir, basically everything.
Q: What is your greatest achievement?
A: I feel like I haven’t reached that goal yet.
Q: Can you further explain? What goal are you hoping to achieve in life?
A: My goal is to help as many people as I can with acting, singing, and other skills I learn.
Q: How has your high school experience shaped you?
A: Joining choir made me more sociable and less self-conscious.
Q: What was the biggest thing you learned during your high school experience?
A: Choir taught me to go for anything I want even if I fail, at least I tried.
Q: Do you have any advice to give to incoming freshmen?
A: Try out for everything, even if you fail, and take advantage of your high school experience because you only get one.
Q: How are you feeling during the quarantine? What are you doing to keep yourself engaged?
A: I feel lonely during quarantine without school and my friends so, to keep myself engaged I am spending time with my sibling.
Q: How do you feel about your senior year being cut short?
A: I feel very sad because we didn’t actually get to say goodbye.
Q: If you could change one thing about your high school experience, what would it be?
A: Auditioning for all city because I missed out on a big opportunity.
Q: If you could change one thing about your school, what would that be?
A: I would definitely replace all the instruments with new ones.
Q: If you could change one thing about the school district, what would it be?
A: I would change the way they handle bullying.
Q: If you could change one thing about Philadelphia, what would it be?
A: I would change the coronavirus rule.