In what grade did you start attending Faith?
What activities were you involved in while you were a student at Faith?
Hi-Y, Key Club, La Mesa (Spanish Club), Veritas Honor Society, Yearbook, Fides, Volleyball , and Soccer
What might some of your favorite memories be?
Senior Retreat – playing in the river and sitting on the rocks with the water rushing past
What is your thesis topic and why did you choose it?
Residential Segregation – It’s an aspect of systemic racism that affects every aspect of life.
How might your learning in a Christian environment at FCS positively affected you?
Being surrounded by people grounded in Christian morals definitely saved some of my high school experience – especially in the case of mercy relating to late homework.
Has there been a teacher at FCS that has impacted your faith, education, or personal growth in a significant way? If you were to say thank you to this person, what might you say?
Mr. Smith, you’ve displayed an incredible kindness toward me since I first came here. I know that anything I say to you will be taken seriously and graciously. Thank you for teaching and helping me for the past four years. You will be missed.
What might it mean to you to have attended both a classical and Christian school?
It pushed me to work hard – I think I learned something about myself.
What are some things you would like to tell younger students as they continue their education at FCS?
Don’t become obsessed with school; life outside of school exists and it is important to enjoy it.
What are your plans for after graduation?
I will be attending Savannah School of Art and Design and studying graphic design.