Anna Weiss, 18
West Geauga High School graduate
Chester has been a great place to grow up. It’s not a busy or extremely populated suburb. It’s not yet the middle of nowhere, but it’s not traffic ridden.
Chester has taught me that I like being known. I like having the people around me know me and having a presence in the community.
No other teacher has as many students as Mr. Branch does, yet he does an amazing job and finds a way to constantly have fun, and as we say, “Keep the party rolling.”
Sophomore year, every day after sixth period, I would talk to my history teacher Mr. Speros. It didn’t matter about what, I would just rant to him for a half-hour at a time. And he would listen. There’s not a single teacher at our school that wouldn’t do the same.
A place I like to eat is Georgio’s. It’s the best pizza. They put the perfect amount of sauce on their pizza and the bread is always very fluffy. I don’t know what their secret is, but I have an immense appreciation for Georgio’s.
When I was 10 or 11, there used to be the St. Anselm fair at the church. It wasn’t at all religious, but I would happily wait all year for that lemonade. It was probably the immense amount of sugar in it that made me really like it, but they would squeeze the lemons in front of you.