Sydni Drouin


What is the charity you chose to represent?  

The American Cancer Society because my mom passed when I was young from cancer, and this charity funds cancer research and helps patients get the treatments they need.  

Why do you best represent WTHS? 

I am nice to everyone, and people come to me when they need advice, need someone to sit with at lunch, or just want a friend which is what this school is about.  

What is your favorite pick-up line? 

“Are you google? Because you have everything I’m searching for.”  

If you could pick anyone beside yourself to win, who would it be? 

Adrianna Caporelli because she’s nice to everyone and I love the charity she chose.  

Favorite food? 

Mac and Cheese  

Favorite movie? 

Mama Mia! 

Favorite music artist? 


What has been your most embarrassing moment at WTHS? 

On my first day of this year, I went into the wrong classroom and it took me five minutes to realize I was in the wrong class, and everyone was staring at me it was so awkward. 

What has been one of the most memorable aspects of your high school experience? 

Being in chorus and doing our Pops Concert every year. We work so hard and it’s always a huge success!  

If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? 

I would try to not procrastinate as much and get a better sense of time management.  

If you could change one thing about the world you live in, what would it be? 

To change the foster care system. Many kids end up in abusive homes or jump from home to home, and I think these kids need a better, more safe way to live.  

What advice would you give to underclassmen about high school? About life? 

Always do what makes you happy and savor every minute of time you have. Go to the school events and hangout with your friends and take pictures! You’ll have those memories forever.  

What are your plans and goals for after high school? 

After high school, I plan to attend Stockton University for forensic psychology or criminology. As a career, I would like to be a criminal profiler for the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU).  

What teacher or faculty member has made the biggest impact on your high school career? 

Mr. Zachowski, the choir teacher and director. I’ve been in chorus all four years of high school, and his class always makes my day. He makes class fun and we have so many events outside of school!  

Who in your life has had the biggest influence on you? 

My dad has had the biggest influence on me because he raised three kids by himself while giving us the world. He is my best friend and every challenge that comes our way, he solves it and works even harder.  

What did you learn from the pandemic? 

If the pandemic has taught me anything, it taught me to savor every moment because you never know what can happen. What was supposed to be two weeks off of school turned into me not going to school for almost 1 ½ years, and I realized I took it for granted.  

What is one thing you cannot live without? 

My cat Boo. He’s my little buddy and he makes me smile when I’m having a rough day, and he gives the best cuddles.  

What is something about you that most people do not know? 

I’m really good at ice skating and it’s one of my favorite things to do.  

Describe yourself in three words: 

Kind, Funny, and hardworking.  

If you could bring one person, thing, and appliance to a deserted island, what would it be? 

I would bring my dad because he’s tall which means he can block the sun and he’s strong so he can do heavy work. I’d bring a pot to boil water so that way it’s purified, and one other thing I’d bring is a blanket to use for warmth or shelter. 

What has been the best part about being on the Homecoming Court? 

Making friends with the girls and how much we support each other.  

What animal do you most identify with? 

A butterfly. Butterflies symbolize change and all of my life things have changed, but like a butterfly, all of that change has made me into a better person, just like a caterpillar turns into a pretty butterfly.