/Senior Spotlight: Spotswood’s Connor Lennan (via Qpute.com)
Senior Spotlight: Spotswood's Connor Lennan

Senior Spotlight: Spotswood’s Connor Lennan (via Qpute.com)


SPOTSWOOD, NJ – Spotswood High School senior Connor Lennan has been a four-year member of the Chargers boys tennis program. One of his favorite memories is winning the Greater Middlesex Conference Blue Division title his freshman year. That season was the first time Lennan played tennis. After missing last spring’s tennis season due to the coronavirus pandemic, Lennan was happy to be back on the court with his teammates in March. The Spotswood native played first doubles alongside his good friend Luke Evanego. The pair were also part of this year’s Mr. Spotswood 2021 competition.

In addition to tennis, Lennan is a member of the high school’s Computer Programming Club. His favorite class is Special Topics where he and partner Chloe Donelan have spent the academic year creating an autonomous robot.

Three teachers have impacted his time in the Spotswood School District. Memorial Middle School Science teacher Erin Glassen reignited the desire to learn again for Lennan. Spotswood High School Technology teacher Gary Hull introduced him to the wonders of computer science and Spotswood High School Science teacher Martin Dempsey got Lennan interested in physics.

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When he graduates in June, Lennan will miss the small town feel Spotswood High School.

“Seeing everyone every day and being close with most other students,” Lennan said. “I’m going to miss the people at school.”

In September, Lennan is heading to Rutgers University where he plans on majoring in Computer Science and Physics before moving on to earn a masters in Quantum Computing.




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