Loves About Brebeuf
I love that Brebeuf offers so many different opportunities for each kid. It is a welcoming and comforting environment which is not seen at many other high schools. I love that I enjoy coming to school everyday and that is possible because of the helpful teachers, kind staff, and amazing students Brebeuf has.
I am not sure where I want to go to college yet, or what I want to study. I do know that I want to stay close to home, but not too close.
Teams & Co-Curriculars
Volunteer at Nora Elementary
I love getting the hiccups.
I can lick my elbow.
I am allergic to purple Gatorade.
I have never been pulled over.
I was born on Cinco de Mayo.
Where would you travel if time and money weren’t an issue?
I would go to Fiji because it is so pretty and the water is very blue.
What is your silliest or most irrational fear?
What is something you have learned in the last week?
I learned that I can lick my elbow!
What are some small things that make your day better?
When people hold the door open for me.
When people say “hi” to me in the hallway.
When I find gum in my backpack.
What is your current favorite show or series on TV, Netflix, etc?
The Good Place, The Bachelorette, Bachelor, and Bachelor in Paradise.
Let’s talk about the pumpkin spice latte.
Have you ever had one? If yes, do you enjoy them?
- I have had one, but I got it iced. I hated it.
Why are they so popular when they taste so terrible?
- I have no idea…they taste like chemicals in a way.
What advice do you have for people who are considering a pumpkin spice latte for their next beverage order?
- Do not get it unless you like strong pumpkin tasting things and do not put cinnamon in it; it only makes it worse.
What is it like going to school every day where your mom works?
I like going to school where my mom works because she always has Advil and candy for me and my friends.
We asked Sita’s mom, Jen Wagle, who is Brebeuf Jesuit’s Assistant Director of Advancement Services & Database Operations…How has Sita changed and developed over the last four years?
I am so grateful to be in the same building with Sita every day. I love the days when she and her friends stop in for a quick chat and candy fix. Sita’s kind heart and sense of humor are her greatest gifts and she has had much opportunity to share them with her teachers and peers at Brebeuf. It warms my heart when I hear “Sita made me laugh today” because I know she is spreading her joy to others. Sita has always had a desire to help those in need, but her understanding of social issues has increased dramatically in her time at Brebeuf. She has benefitted from the inclusivity and collaborative nature of her classes here. Sita has learned to appreciate multiple points of view and how to articulate her own. I cannot wait to see what her future holds and know that her time here has shaped her in wonderful ways that will guide her path going forward. – Jen Wagle (Sita’s Mom)