Loves About Brebeuf

That I can walk down the hallway and recognize almost everyone I see. People from other schools always tell me they see a new person everyday in the hallway, and that doesn’t sound appealing to me. I like knowing the people that I’m sharing my high school experience with.

Class You Are Most Looking Forward to This Year

I’m most looking forward to Intro to Entrepreneurship. It sounds really fun and educational. Mr. VanSlam has several speakers come in that have made a successful career for themselves. It’s very inspiring because most of them started out just like us, some of them are even Brebeuf grads. It’ll be fun to learn about something that really interests me.

Future Plans

It changes everyday, but I’ve considered marketing and law school. I love to read, and marketing sounds exciting. I want to go to college somewhere new, or I could end up down the road at Butler. It all depends.

Teams & Co-Curriculars

Lacrosse
Soccer
Student Council
Admissions Ambassador
Jewish Student Union

Random Facts

I love Captain America.

At the age of 4, I knew every word to the song “1985.”

I danced for eight years.

Chicken fingers have been my favorite meal since I was 4 years old.

I used to wear turtlenecks to sleep because I thought a vampire would suck my blood.

How did you spend your summer?

I went to a lot of soccer practices. We took a huge family trip to the beach over the 4th of July, but I spent the majority of the time watching movies or messing with my siblings.

What are you most looking forward to during this school year?

Any sporting event and PRTs in the Information Commons with the librarians.

Where would you travel if time and money weren’t an issue?

I would really like to travel to Ethiopia and help at an orphanage and travel the country. As much as I’d love to travel the world, I think it’s important to see how others are living.

What are some small things that make your day better?

When someone smiles at me in the hallway or makes me laugh when I’m doing homework. You don’t realize how much you appreciate those things until you’re at your house all summer.