"If you had to give one piece of advice to the rest of the world, what would you say?""Stay cool."~Juliana DiGiacomo, Sophomore

"If you had to give one piece of advice to the rest of the world, what would you say?"
"Stay cool."~Juliana DiGiacomo, Sophomore

"What is the proudest moment of your life?""My proudest moment is being born."~Gurshan Gill, Freshman

"What is the proudest moment of your life?"
"My proudest moment is being born."~Gurshan Gill, Freshman

“What is your biggest goal in life?”“My biggest goal in life is to help as many people as possible, I guess.”~Emily Triolo, Senior

“What is your biggest goal in life?”
“My biggest goal in life is to help as many people as possible, I guess.”~Emily Triolo, Senior

"What’s your favorite thing to do together?"
"(in unison) Play the piano…"~Karolina Szenkiel & Sonal Mahindroo, Freshmen

"What’s your favorite thing to do together?"

"(in unison) Play the piano…"~Karolina Szenkiel & Sonal Mahindroo, Freshmen

“What is your greatest strength?”
“My greatest strength comes from thinking about what my mother went through to raise me. Whenever I think that a task is too difficult to accomplish I remember the fact that my father left when I was a baby and my mother took that and did so much. She gave me everything. She went back to school. She built a successful career. And now she has everything that she ever wanted. So I look to her for my strength.” ~Ms. Jensen, Teacher of IB Biology

“What is your greatest strength?”

“My greatest strength comes from thinking about what my mother went through to raise me. Whenever I think that a task is too difficult to accomplish I remember the fact that my father left when I was a baby and my mother took that and did so much. She gave me everything. She went back to school. She built a successful career. And now she has everything that she ever wanted. So I look to her for my strength.” ~Ms. Jensen, Teacher of IB Biology

"If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?""Eat a lot of protein, take your vitamins, stay in school, and always dress to impress."~Nick Lurski, Senior

"If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?"
"Eat a lot of protein, take your vitamins, stay in school, and always dress to impress."~Nick Lurski, Senior

"If you had only one minute to do whatever you wanted, what would you do?""Hmm…well I mean I would run out of time before I could decide what I wanted to do."~Emma Gillis, Senior 

"If you had only one minute to do whatever you wanted, what would you do?"
"Hmm…well I mean I would run out of time before I could decide what I wanted to do."~Emma Gillis, Senior 

“Who is the most influential person in your life?”
“The most influential person in my life is definitely my sister. She’s my little sister but she acts like a big sister to me all the time and she’s just always supportive of me. She’s the one that gives me advice when I need it even though she’s three years younger than me. It’s pretty sad… but, she’s the big sister even though I’m three years older.”~Nina Samuel, Sophomore

“Who is the most influential person in your life?”

“The most influential person in my life is definitely my sister. She’s my little sister but she acts like a big sister to me all the time and she’s just always supportive of me. She’s the one that gives me advice when I need it even though she’s three years younger than me. It’s pretty sad… but, she’s the big sister even though I’m three years older.”~Nina Samuel, Sophomore

"If you could turn back time to one point of your life, what would you choose?"
"The time I felt most proficient and happy in my life was probably at about age 33 because I was at the top of my profession. I was working in trauma. I was traveling. I was independent and I was myself, which was wonderful. Part of me would like to turn back a quarter of the time to that. The other would be when I had my son, which was also a wonderful time, and when I married my husband. I mean to turn back time to one space; I don’t think I could do it. I’d have to be able to have multiple landing sites"~Mrs. Warnock, Former School Nurse

"If you could turn back time to one point of your life, what would you choose?"

"The time I felt most proficient and happy in my life was probably at about age 33 because I was at the top of my profession. I was working in trauma. I was traveling. I was independent and I was myself, which was wonderful. Part of me would like to turn back a quarter of the time to that. The other would be when I had my son, which was also a wonderful time, and when I married my husband. I mean to turn back time to one space; I don’t think I could do it. I’d have to be able to have multiple landing sites"~Mrs. Warnock, Former School Nurse