Senior Spotlight: Jack Stephens ’20


Robert Jackson '20, Staff Writer

Jack Stephens ‘20 is a well-known student at Episcopal. He has a reputation for being an amazing person and a little bit of a mischief-maker. As you will find out in this interview, he is also a very genuine person. He doesn’t sugar coat anything and isn’t afraid to say what is on his mind.


Q- Would you rather be the line leader or the caboose?

A- Line leader


Q-  Being a grill master, what is your favorite meat/meat dish?

A- Chicken


Q- If you could be any dinosaur, what would you be?

A- Brontosaurus


Q- What is your favorite color?

A- Sunset Orange


Q- Would you rather live in the mountains or the beach?

A- Mountains


Q- What is your dream job?

A- CEO of private equity firm


Q- What is your favorite holiday?

A- 4th of July or Valentine’s Day


Q- Where is your favorite place to eat in Jacksonville?

A- The Capital Grill


Q- Would you ever shave your head again?

A- Yes


Q- What is your greatest fear?

A- A society without government


Q- What talent would you want to have the most?

A- Mathematician


Q- If you could choose the way you died, how would you go?

A- Natural causes


Q- Who is your favorite person?

A- Perry Walthour


Q- Who is your celebrity crush?

A- I’m not attracted to celebrities; they’re ignorant


Q- What is your favorite kid’s book?

A- Goodnight Moon


Q- What is an unpopular opinion you have?

A- Food is better cooked in olive oil rather than butter


Q- If you could have any superpower, what would it be?

A- The ability to make any sad person happy


Q- If you could have one wish granted, what would it be?

A- For more wishes


Q- What is your favorite past time?

A- Reading, lifting weights and playing the piano


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

A- To not be prone to skin cancer


Q- Who do you look up to?

A- Ms. Missie Hoyt


Q- If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?

A- Zermatt or the Maldives


Q- What is the number one thing on your bucket list?

A- To help one of my future children conquer a goal of his/hers


Q- What would you choose as your last meal?

A- Surf n’ turf with lobster and filet mignon


Image courtesy of Robert Jackson ’20.