Name – Joshua Wong
Gender – Male
Sport – Soccer
Nationality – Chinese American
Year of Birth – 2004
Birthdate – 10/20/2004
Height – 5′ 8″


Name – Joshua Wong

City – Forest Hills

State – NY

Country – United States

Email –

Parent 1 – Gloria Lio

Email –

Tel – 9179711185

Parent 2 – Wai Wong

Email –

Tel – 9178031017


Center Midfielder

Current Club

Metropolitan Oval Academy

Current League



Ben Knol


  • Decision Making (movement) without the ball
  • Technical Skills – dribbling, 1v1 situations
  • Positioning in different/changing situations

Athletic Goals

  • Play varsity soccer in Fall 2020 for Beacon High School (PSAL Manhattan A division 1st Place 2019/2020 Season)
  • Desire to play college soccer

Surf Cup, San Diego CA – July 25-27 (Representing NCE B2004)

Academic Qualification

High School (Sophomore)

High School

Beacon High School

Year of High School Graduation


GPA High School

3.69 US GPA

College Study Area



Yet to Complete


Yet to Complete


Yet to Complete

Coming Soon

Academic Achievements:

  • PSAT Score – 1290 (97th Percentile for 2020) – First Sitting
  • Average – 3.69 GPA unweighted

Advanced courses:

  • Marine Biology in Freshman Year (Senior Class)

  • Spanish III in Sophmore Year (Junior Class)

  • Algebra/Trigonometry in Sophomore Year (Junior Class)

Afterschool Activities

  • Tutoring: 4th Grade class in NYC Public School where over 70% of the students served by the school came from economically disadvantaged families

  •  Model UN: I am a member of the Beacon Model UN Club and have attended a Model UN Conference at Bronx Science (Winter 2019).

  • NYC Urban Debate League Judge:  Volunteer judge for all day Middle School Public Forum.  Topics included:  The United States should replace means tested welfare programs with a Universal Basic Income and The benefits of the United States Federal government’s use of offensive cyber operations outweigh the harms.

  • John Jay College: Was accepted to a College Level course at John Jay College which teaches Criminal Law and investigation to selected high schoolers.

  • Summer 2019 – Developed summer soccer camp program for over 40 third graders for the nation’s largest Asian American social services organization.

  • Community Outreach:  During the COVID-19 crisis in response to the closure of schools and libraries, started a community book sharing program with over 300 books catalogued. (FHKidsLove2Read)