• The future is in the past! Onwards, Aoshima!
    Mabel Pines
  • This is my timey-wimey detector. It goes 'ding' when there's stuff.
    Doctor Who
  • I want to be a rock in my next life.
    Min Yoongi
  • My good luck charm is my face.
    Kim Seokjin
  • I have truly yee'd my last haw.
    Katherine Yang

Hi, I'm Jordan! Thank you for taking the time to check out my website. Since you're here, I'll tell you a bit about myself.


I'm 17 years old, and I'm a junior at Mass Academy. My sending school is Abby Kelley Foster High School, in Worcester, MA. At AKF, I participated in the math team and chess club, and I played intramural badminton. I love science, especially computer science, and I would like to major in programming in college. From there, I hope to be able to work for a company like Google. Music is a very important part of my life as well, although I don't play an instrument or sing. I listen to music almost constantly, and always have my headphones with me. Music helps me relax and concentrate. I can't even begin to focus on my homework unless I'm listening to music.


I love animals, so I have had many pets over the years. In the past, I have had two hermit crabs, two cats, a hamster, a mouse, and a dog. Currently, I have two gerbils and six fish. My gerbils are named Newton and Theseus, after the Scamander brothers from Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them. Both of them are tame, and they love being held and petted. I'm working on training them, and so far I've trained Newton to sit on my shoulder.

Me holding my gerbil, Newton My four fish


Every year at MAMS, the junior class goes on a three day overnight trip to Camp Bournedale in Plymouth, MA. The trip this year was amazing, and I had so much fun! At the lakefront, we went tubing, kayaking, and swimming. We also drove to Ellisville Beach nearby and saw a group of seals in the water, which was really cool.

Playing cards at Bournedale Me and my friends at Bournedale Doing an adventure course at Bournedale

This website was developed by Jordan Roth along with the help of Mrs. Taricco and w3 Schools.

Contact me at: jeroth@wpi.edu