Class of 2018
I am a senior in Electrical, a member of the National Honor Society, I am on the hockey team, and I am a worker at McDonald Electric in Hingham.
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and eventually a CPA. If college doesn’t work out, Elevator Constructor.
What BHR has done for you
BHR gave me an edge in a vocational program. Instead of pouring coffee or bagging groceries, I get to do electrical work for almost double the money and also learn how to get in to work early and work hard.
Why you came to BHR instead of your local high school
I felt that working in some sort of vocation gives my high school education a direction and some sort of purpose. Any other school you all get taught the same things and kids come out generic and lacking a work ethic.
A quotation that inspires you or that you live by
“Life moves by pretty fast, if you don’t stop and look around once and a while you could miss it” -Ferris Bueller
Your favorite book or movie
“Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”
Best advice you ever received from a teacher/parent/family member/friend
Don’t waste potential that you have. Take any opportunity to exercise your talents and take it –Pre-calculus teacher
Advice you would give to a Grade 8 student applying to BHR
Take every option to better yourself and to make some kind of impact and run with it, whether it be at school or at work.
Teacher or faculty member at BHR who has helped or inspired you the most
Mr. Palmer and Mr. Sass; both have always seen potential and me and helped me become a good student.
Who is your hero?
Most memorable moment at BHR
Writing this biography