November 5, 2015
Senior Cyrus Miremadi was crowned king of Homecoming. Outside of school, Miremadi teaches Farsi, plays tennis and volunteers in a tissue engineering lab.
Miremadi is highly involved in the school community as the IDC Board Representative for the FUHSD student body. He represents over 10,600 students as the Board Representative, according to the FUHSD website. Miremadi said these activities have allowed him to meet some truly wonderful people.
“I continue most of my interests because of the people I’ve surrounded myself with,” Miremadi said, “whether it’s Celine Lee or Maanasa Kandarpa in Leadership, or Adit, Lucas or Andy in tennis.”
Miremadi said both of his parents have played influential roles regarding his schooling and education, along with many amazing teachers that have inspired him to explore different special interests.
Among Miremadi’s favorite memories are when his class dethroned last year’s seniors at the Battle of the Classes rally and his successful run at Nationals in Chicago last year for FBLA.
“I was thoroughly surprised when they announced my name as Homestead’s Homecoming king,” Miremadi said. “Being on the court was already a huge honor, the outcome didn’t necessarily matter to me.”