Theres a clear distinction between being rebellious (a desire to resist authority) and simply being inquisitive (unusually curious; eager to learn).
So even though Jon Millers natural inclination is to never accept things at face value to usually ask why, and if hes not satisfied with the explanation, follow it up with a why not? hes the least likely rebel youll meet walking the halls at Iola High School.
After all, hes an honors student who wrote a letter to himself as a freshman, imploring himself to graduate with a 4.0 grade-point average. Hes a standout athlete, starring on the court for the Mustang tennis squad. And hes got a hankering for civic engagement to come up with ways to make life a little better for others.
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