Who I Am

Greetings! Or welcome, whichever word you prefer. My name is Miles Arnett, and this is my personal website. This is where you go to learn everything about me that I'm willing to put on the internet, which really isn't much. I suppose I should start with some background information. I have lived in Worcester, Massachusetts for over nine years now; I moved here when I was six years old. Before the move, my family had been living in Denmark, which is where my mom is from. My dad is from Michigan, near Detroit. My twin sister Paris and I were born in Maryland on October 31, 1999. We have been together for our entire lives, so it's a good thing that we don't hate each other. She is also a student here at Mass Academy, and you can see her website here. That's about it for my autobiography so far. Don't worry, I'm sure it will get a little more interesting soon enough.

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I love almost all sports, but my favorite one has to be tennis. Most of the time, I play at the Greendale YMCA in Central Massachusetts. For more information on the Greendale Y, click here. I try to play tennis as often as possible, which usually works out to two or three times per week. I've been playing fairly consistently for over 6 years now, and I joined my high school's team last year. We made it all the way to the semi-finals of our district tournament, before being knocked out by the team that would eventually win the whole thing. Another hobby of mine is playing piano, which I've been learning for almost as long as I have been playing tennis. It has been a lot of fun, but I haven't been able to play as much ever since I started going to Mass Academy.

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As previously stated on this website, I am a student at Mass Academy. You can learn all about my MAMS experience by scrolling through the various tabs up in the navigation bar, so I won't spend too much time on my classes here. The reason I'm at Mass Academy is that I want to be an engineer, which has been my goal since fourth grade. I have always loved math, science, and logic above all else, and engineering seems to be the perfect combination of all three. I'm not totally sure what field of engineering I want to go into yet, but I have a few in mind. The bottom line is that technology and mathematics have always been my passions, and Mass Academy is a school more uniquely tuned to those subjects than any others that I have encountered. Aside from all the classes you can see above, I am also part of the Robotics extracurricular at Mass Academy. This has so far included advanced physics lectures and assembling robots from a kit, and I have loved every second of it. I'm also part of the FRC Robotics team, which spends half a year building a robot for competitions that take less than a week. Needless to say, it's going to be a pretty amazing experience.

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