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Braden Bromley — 2017 high schooler who will change the world

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Student: Braden Bromley
School: Lone Peak High School
Parents: Reed & Rhonda Bromley

On Braden Bromley’s 18th birthday, the student section at the football game sang to him and held stick faces of him as a 5-year-old.

Mini-resume Student body president, captain of the basketball team, National Honor Society, Eagle Scout, high honor roll, humanitarian service with the Escalera Foundation, awesome uncle to baby Oliver

Plans after high school Leave June 16 for LDS mission to the Philippines. Utah State to major in political science. Then law school.

Personal motto Happiness is a choice.

Advice for freshmen Don’t sweat the small stuff. Three years go by quickly!

Guilty pleasure Playing pool while watching “Psych.”

Challenges I had surgery to remove a tumor in my right shoulder – which was my shooting arm. It affected my game, but I learned other ways to impact the team.

Most common thing your parents say to you My dad’s favorite quote is, “That which you persist in doing becomes easier, not that the nature of the task has changed, but your ability to do has increased.”

How would others describe you? Happy. People say I’m always smiling!

Biggest pressure I want to help students at Lone Peak be happy, and I worry about the ones who are struggling.

Stress management I talk to my sisters — they always want to help — or hang out with my little brother.

How will you change the world? I will start with the wonderful people in the Philippines.

See all 22 of our 2017 “high schoolers who will change the world” here.

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