Name: Charlie Bruecker
Year in School: Senior
Sports: Tennis, Volleyball
Other school clubs/activities: National Honor Society, Key Club, Fox Valley Performance Volleyball, Freshman Ignition
Parents’ names: Tim and Cindy Bruecker
Siblings’ names: Jack Bruecker
Favorite aspect of your school: The community is everything. Whenever anything happens related to our school, our community is the first to respond and come together. We always stick and strive together.
If you have been involved in community service projects, which has been most rewarding and why? Personally, there hasn't been one single project that sticks out in my mind because they are all rewarding in their own way. Whether getting recognition from peers or the seeing the work that we did and how grateful those individuals are.
What is your favorite class? Human Anatomy
Who is your favorite teacher? Mrs. Xiong
What is the best advice one of your coaches has given you? To be able to lead others, you need to lead yourself first.
Favorite youth coach: Barry Wood
Favorite place to play on the road in the FVA? Kimberly
Favorite athlete to compete against in the FVA: Connor Hussey from Kimberly, because he can't dump on me
Favorite memory from being involved in co-curricular activities is…: Getting a bid to nationals two years in a row with my club volleyball team.
Favorite professional team: Green Bay Packers
Favorite professional athlete: Kyle Radde
College or post-high school plans: NWTC for Respiratory Therapy, and then UW Green Bay for Medical Sales
What is your desired major/career field? Medical Sales
Something people would be surprised to know about me is…: I was adopted from Ukraine when I was 18 months old.
What is at the top of your “bucket list?” Travel all of Europe
What is your dream job? Medical Sales Representative
Favorite person to follow on Social Media: Jeremy Beirl
When I have a weekend off of sports, you can usually find me... At Badger Sports Park or hanging out with friends.
A non-athletic talent I have is…: I'm good at Call of Duty.
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