What are your strengths and what areas of yourself would you like to improve?
I believe I am a great listener. I’m very perceptive. I’m not the most social. I can be and have improved a lot, but I have room to grow. I’m great once the ice is broken, just not the best ice breaker .
What are you looking forward to in your senior year at WHSAD?
I look forward to creating great memories and really grasping all I can from the world of architecture before I am sent into the world.
What are your plans for after high school?
I plan to go to a college that aids me in growing in a career that surrounds my interests in art and writing.
What activities have you been involved in during your time at WHSAD and how have these activities helped you grow?
I’ve been involved in the art club which helped me branch out and experience various different art media in order to develop my own personal style after becoming more comfortable with them. A few architecture club projects that helped me further develop my comfortability levels with the creative online programs like AutoCAD. And lastly I helped out in community service which gave me an outlet to help out families in need with can food drives, cleaning public parks, etc.
What advice would you give to students in the lower grades?
Embrace all the free time you have to make memories and have fun while at the same time retaining what you learn along the way while in your freshman, sophomore, and junior years. Because once senior year comes around, you won’t have much time for fun. Everything is about getting into college at that point and having all the things ready that are required to apply.