Class of 2021
I was born in Boston, but I moved to Randolph towards the end of 2017 in December. My favorite sport is basketball, although I also love volleyball and track.
I want to go to college after high school to get my PhD in marine biology and/or oceanography.
What BHR has done for you
BHR has been able to mentally challenge me the way other schools I've attended haven't as well as provide me with some genuine friends and provide me with some great memories.
Why you came to BHR instead of your local high school
I went to my local high school for around 7 months after I first moved to Randolph and I felt that BHR would better be able to surround me with people who care about their education as much as I do and set me up for the future I want to have.
A quotation that inspires you, or that you live by
"Live, Love, Laugh."
Your favorite book or movie
I honestly don't have a favorite book because all I do is read and every book seems to be my favorite. but my favorite movie is a tie between “Hairspray” and “The Lion King.”
Best advice you ever received from a teacher/parent/family member/friend
The best advice I have ever received is to make the most out of high school while you can because even if you don't like it now, it flies by and you don't want any regrets about what you didn't do.
Advice that you would give to a grade 8 student applying to BHR
The advice I'd give a grade 8 student applying to BHR would be try to know what you want out of high school and where you want to be in life before you make any decisions regarding high school.
Teacher or Faculty member at BHR who has helped or inspired you the most
The teacher who has inspired me the most is Ms. (Susan) Grant.
Who is your hero
My hero is Sylvia Earle, one of the most influential marine biologists in the world who changed the industry because she is a female.
Most memorable moment at BHR
My most memorable moment at BHR was when I played on the basketball team this school year and we ended up winning the vocational championship.