I think my favorite classes were biology in 10th grade, even though science typically isn't my favorite. I also really enjoyed my English classes, junior and senior year with Ms. King. I just loved the way she shaped her classes and the material in general was just very interesting.
When I was involved with the musical my first semester of 9th grade, it really helped me see where I fit in the high school. Through the arts, I've connected with a lot more people and I love doing it every day, so whenever I get to come to school and do the arts with some of my favorite people, it's definitely my favorite part.
Pre-calculus and chemistry. That’s a tough combination junior year. I had to take it upon myself to go and visit those teachers, sit down, and see what I was doing wrong and what I needed help with. They were tough classes.
We had a project junior year in American Masterworks with Ms. King. We were assigned a chapter of The Great Gatsby and we had to analyze the chapter with a partner and talk about any themes and make any connections with other books that we've read. That specific project really made me realize how much I love analyzing literature and it influenced the idea of possibly pursuing education in the future.
Both junior and senior year, I got to be one of the lead singers in jazz combo with my sister (Felisha ‘18), so I always loved those concerts. This past spring we got to sing our favorite song, Anagram by Young the Giant. It’s a really complicated song. We started working on it in the winter because it was so hard, but we finished it and that was probably my favorite moment.