2018-2019 Mr. Cardinal Contestant 2: Alonzo Sanchez

How would you describe yourself? 

I’d describe myself as spontaneous and random.

Why did you join Mr. Cardinal? 

I joined because I saw Jason lose and I was there to support him. I’m also competing because it’s a really good title and I want to know that I did something in this school. Plus, I need the scholarship. 🙂

What was your favorite event as a contestant? 

My favorite event was being an usher.

What would you offer to the program and how would you like to represent Cardinal City? 

I would bring more pride in Mr. Cardinal and try to encourage more people to join.

What is your ambition in life? 

In general, my ambition is to bring social reform to our entire society. I’d like to attend UC Berkeley and double major in Economics and Music Rhythm. I could also attend law school and become a lawyer and then start my own law firm for low-income families and be a music teacher at SBHS.

As Mr. Cardinal, how would you help change or improve the perception of SBHS? 

I would go around and be involved in more events. I believe that with great responsibility comes a great responsibility.

How else would you use the crown, should you win Mr. Cardinal? 

I would learn more about the city and the school.

If you could change something about the world, what would it be? 

I would remove every religion in the world, so people can realize that science is real and that the world is horrible.

Come out and watch Alonzo compete for the crown of Mr. Cardinal on April 7th at the Sturges Center! Doors open at 5 pm and the show begins at 6 pm!

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