Loves About Brebeuf

One of things I love about Brebeuf is the sense of community I feel here. As a senior, I’ve started to reflect on my time at Brebeuf, and one of the first things that sticks out to me is how connected the students are here. From school classes to sports teams to social events to retreats, I feel lucky to have gotten to know and/or share an experience with mostly everyone in the senior class. I believe you learn the best when you are happy, and it’s all of the dynamic and interesting people I’ve met at Brebeuf that make going to school here so enjoyable.

Future Plans

Next year I’ll be attending Duke University to study Biomedical Engineering and run cross country and track.
If that doesn’t work out I’ll move to Hawaii and take up surfing.

Teams & Co-Curriculars

  • Cross Country
  • Track
  • Swimming
  • National Honor Society
  • Investment Club
  • Conservation Club
  • Ignatian Scholar
  • Student Athletic Leadership Team (SALT)
  • Admissions Ambassador

Random Fact(s)

  • I work as a counselor at Camp Palawopec in the summers.
  • I have a blue mark above my left eye from when I fell with a handful of colored pencils as a five year old. 
  • I love to slalom ski.

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

Peru to see Machu Picchu or Australia to cage dive with a great white shark.

What is your silliest or most irrational fear?

Déjà vu freaks me out.

What is something you have learned in the last week?

This past week I have painfully relearned that sleep is important.

What are some small things that make your day better?

  • Seeing a great sunrise or sunset on the way to school or home from practice
  • Unseasonably warm temperatures
  • Not having homework

What is your current favorite show or series on TV, Netflix, etc?

Mindhunters, Breaking Bad, and Narcos

Rank the following from 1-5, with 1 being the most awesome, and 5 being the least awesome: Toner cartridges, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, mangroves, countersink drill bits, mangroves, shag carpeting

  1. Mangroves
  2. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches
  3. Shag carpeting
  4. Toner cartridges
  5. Countersink drill bits

The old adage goes, “The best thing since sliced bead.” What really is the best thing since sliced bread?

The best thing since sliced bread is Face ID on iPhone.