Isaac Wang


Hi! My name is Isaac, and I am currently a Sophomore at SHC. My hobbies are swimming, reading, playing piano, working out, and watching YouTube. This year, I have some pretty hard classes like AP Computer Science Principles, AP Mandarin, AP Human Geography, Advanced Pre-Calculus, Chemistry Honors, and English Honors. My favorite subject right now is probably Chemistry, because not only is it easy, I also just find atoms and chemical reactions in general to be pretty interesting.

Outside of my academics, I am involved in multiple things. Right now I am a part of Badminton Club, Book Society, Finance Club, and the swim team. My main strokes are freestyle and breaststroke; I despise butterfly with a passion.

Outside of school I like to play piano on my own, as I quit taking lessons a few years ago after six years. I work on songs by myself that I choose, and I think I am making a lot of progress in terms of skill and being able to play more complicated songs. Right now I am currently learning Hikaru Nara by Goose House, which has one of the best melodies I have ever heard. Sometimes I like to volunteer at an organization called Mobilize Love to serve meals to disadvantaged communities in the Bay Area.

This year my i2 passion project is going to be hanging cigarette butt cans in the Van Ness and Haight areas, since those places have lots of smokers and littered cigarette butts, which leak their harmful chemicals into the environment and threaten safety of water, soil, wildlife, etc. I’m planning to have a day where 3-5 i2 students will be able to help me for around 3 hours to help with hanging some cans.


The i2 Journey Begins

I found out about the i2 program while working on my application to SHC, as well as in some conversations between my family members about it once in a while. I’m really looking forward to the trips during the summer, because I’ve heard about them before, and it seems really fun to go with a […] Read more


Eradicator of Maladies

This i2 project will focus on how vaccines came to be, work, and are made. It will also go over mRNA vaccines, the differences between it and traditional immunizers, and how it enabled the COVID-19 vaccine to be developed in an astonishing 11 months, obliterating any previous record.

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