Bucky’s Family: Robert Scriven

Meet Bucky’s Family member, Robert Scriven!

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Robert is a senior at BHS. He was born and raised in Portland and has lived here his whole life. Robert attended West Hills Christian School for years K-8 and has attended Beaverton for all four years of high school. It was a totally new experience for him, going from a smaller private school,to a large public school like Beaverton, but he has enjoyed it, and he loves Beaverton’s atmosphere. When asked what his favorite thing about Beaverton is, he said it is, “A school where everyone has a good, strong sense of unity. Everyone has a good connection and is very caring.”.

Robert’s family has always been a huge part of his life. Growing up with a little sister, who is now a freshman at BHS, as well as five older half siblings, he is no stranger to a big family. Tragically, Robert’s mother passed away last August, after a 10-month battle with cancer. With such a big family, there has always been tons of love and support, which has really helped him, and he very much enjoys connecting with his older siblings. When asked what his favorite BHS memory is, he responded by talking about  the “Jam The Dam!” basketball game during his sophomore year, where the team made a special blanket that he presented to his mother. “The stands were packed, and it was a really cool sense of community and support.”

Although Robert has loved his time at Beaverton, he is looking forward to the years to come, and to following his dream of becoming an officer in the United States Air Force.

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