Adam was born on Dec. 18, 1986 and has lived in many places, including Texas, before settling in California. He is now finishing his junior year at St. Francis High School. He achieves excellent grades, is currently enrolled in four AP classes and one honors, and is on the Scholar Roll and a member of Mu Alpha Theta. O'Toole passionately is involved in varsity football and dedicates much of his time to it. He rises at 5 a.m. on school days and lifts weights at 6 a.m. He also competed in track and swimming as well. O'Toole volunteers at Huntington Memorial Hospital and has received the Congressman David Drier Youth Volunteer Award three years in a row.
O'Toole started out as a Tiger Cub in Annunciation School in Arcadia, moving up to Cub Scouts at St. Bede's Troop 507, and joined Troop 509 in March of 1998 serving subsequently in a variety of leadership positions. He has been to many campouts and day hikes, and enjoyed the Boy Scout activities greatly. He has been to Camp Trask numerous times, and worked there for two weeks during the summer of 2002. O'Toole went to the National Scout Jamboree at Fort A. P. Hill, Virginia and spent 10 days beforehand touring the East Coast, even visiting the World Trade Centers on July 17, 2001. Another memorable outing Adam experienced was Philmont. He went with his dad on a 10-day trek and luckily his dad brought along stitches to stitch Adam up after he was hit in the nose with a rock. It was an honor for him to be elected as an Order of the Arrow member in 2003.