Class of 2018
I'm 18 years old. I live in Braintree with my aunt, uncle and two cousins. I'm in the Automotive Technology program. Over the past four years, I have participated in cheerleading for football and basketball, and track and field. I've spent a little bit of time on the green team, math team, and in S.A.D.D.
After high school, I plan on studying neurobiology and behavior and then moving on to medical school.
What BHR has done for you
Although I won’t be going to college for something related to my technical program, BHR has given me knowledge that I will need for life, and a back-up plan if my dreams of going into the medical field don’t work out.
Why you came to BHR instead of your local high school
I chose to come to BHR to gain extra knowledge that I wouldn’t receive from my town’s high school.
A quotation that inspires you or that you live by
“Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.” -Maya Angelou
Your favorite book or movie
My favorite movie is “My Girl.”
Best advice you ever received from a teacher/parent/family member/friend
The best advice I’ve received is to keep trying even when you think there is nothing to try for, I find this helpful because sometimes there are things that seem so difficult you feel that you’ll never be able to do hem, so you might want to give up, but you should never stop trying.
Advice you would give to a Grade 8 student applying to BHR
You shouldn’t put too much pressure on which program you want to be in. It’s okay to not know what you want; you’ll find something you fit into and even if that’s not what you want to do in the future, it can teach you a lot.
Teacher or faculty member who has helped or inspired you the most
Who is your hero
Most memorable moment at BHR
My most memorable moment at BHR was going to Nantucket during sophomore year for football.