Describe yourself in three words.
Honest, inquisitive, kind.
What are your favourite subjects and why?
I quite enjoy English and English Literature. In those subjects, we dig deep into the written word and push boundaries of language.
What kinds of extracurricular activities do you do and why?
When sports day comes around, I join the drill team. I do it because it’s a way for me to support my house even if I’m not the sportiest of people.
What opportunities has your school given you that you would not have had otherwise?
My school allows me to perform – it’s a passion I’ve had since I was young. Through school performances, I was able to perform as a piano accompanist and sing for broad audiences as well as have a personal concert for the teacher committee. Every time I perform, I enjoy it from the bottom of my heart and I’m glad my school lets me pursue this interest of mine.
If you could change one thing about being a student at your school, what would it be?
The way we get to express ourselves, probably. The school rules could be more lenient on jewelry, makeup and hairstyles which are allowed.
Describe your school in three words.
Populous, spirited, helpful.
What do you hope to do when you finish school?
I want to pursue a career in Communications. Maybe travel, see more of the world, learn foreign languages and discover new cultures. Ultimately, I want to discover more sides to myself. Self – enrichment makes me happy.
What do you think is the biggest problem with the world today? What can you do about it?
To me, the biggest problem is environmental. To fight climate change and protect our planet, we need to be responsible and mindful of our actions, stop littering, recycle, sort waste, shop at thrift stores instead of fast fashion, use a reusable bag small. They are totally not life-changing actions but can make a big difference.