Class of 2019
I am from Randolph. I live with my mother and younger sister. I am currently working at McDonalds and a Co-op job at AccuRounds. I am a part of the animal welfare club and the Blue Hills E-sport team.
My career goal is to be an aerospace engineer. My dream college is Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
What BHR has done for you
Blue Hills has given me my future. It has prepared my future with the skill sets they have to offer in Engineering Technology.
Why you came to BHR instead of going to your local high school
I always heard good things about the school from family members. I had no idea what or who I wanted to be. Looking into the school I found out that it would help me find out what I wanted to do.
A quotation that inspires you or that you live by
You know it’s a bad day when you wake up and miss the floor.
Your favorite book or movie
I don’t watch movies or read books enough to have a favorite. I did read all the Harry Potter books on my own, so let's go with that.
Best advice you ever received from a teacher/parent/family member/friend
The best advice my friend gave me was to rip off a quote from online:
“I thought I was indecisive but now I’m not sure.”
Advice you would give to a Grade 8 student applying to BHR
Just keep doing what you're doing If you decided on applying here.
Teacher or faculty member at BHR who has helped or inspired you the most
Mrs. Dailey would have to be one of those teachers who seems to know the perfect mixture of work to give to her students. Personally, I like the challenges that she brings to her classroom since it helps me to improve on my English skills.
Who is your hero
My mother is my hero. All of her effort she puts into my future. Because of her, I want to do my best to show her that it was worth it.
Most memorable moment at BHR
My most memorable moment at BHR was scoring my first goal during a soccer game.