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Jacqueline Boland ’14
You may know Frank Jefferson ’15 as an athlete, saxophone star or volunteer extraordinaire, but after an inquisition of his life and personal habits, I got to know the talkative, uninhibited, and upbeat junior. Proudly calling Fairfield his hometown, Frank admits the commute to S.I. is a challenging one, but that does not slow him down.
A member of the Varsity Football team, Frank can’t wait to don the esteemed Varsity jacket and enjoy upperclassmen privileges. He also hopes to compete in the long jump and 200 meter dash in track.
In addition to sports, Frank keeps things classy in the jazz band as saxophonist. As Frank says, “Jazz music has also been my thing. Funny part is, I was always a Louis Armstrong fan, so my parents expected me to be a trumpet guy but the sax just kinda stuck.” His confidence and charisma made him a ringer for the opening presentation speaker of the Winter Concert band.
Besides hanging out with his friends in his free time, Frank fills his time outside of school with service. He’s worked with a program in the Presidio called “First Graduate,” which mentors first generation college students. He has also coached his little brother’s basketball team. We found a true “Renaissance” man in Frank Jefferson, and I advise you to hunt him down in the hallways to hear more of his life story.
Frank Jefferson strikes a pose for the camera
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