Hailey Ramos '20

I love the enriching classroom discussions that the Catholic all-girls learning environment brings out of us.

What clubs, organizations, sports, service projects etc. are you involved in?

Asian Food, News, and Culture; Peer Tutoring

What is your favorite spot on campus and why?

My favorite spot on campus is the library. It's a great place to get homework done—the front room is great for studying with your friends and the back room is great for some peace and quiet. Plus, the librarians are all so helpful and friendly. If they allowed food in the library, I don't think I'd ever leave!

What is your career aspiration?

Taking AP Environmental Science in junior year opened my eyes to how interesting being an environmental scientist could be.

What's your proudest accomplishment so far?

Being awarded a Veritas Scholarship upon entrance to Flintridge Sacred Heart was my proudest accomplishment. Receiving the scholarship was not only a first-time achievement for me—I was inspired to keep on fostering a well-rounded self, which Flintridge Sacred Heart helped me do.

What three words describe you?

Pragmatic, artistic, and introspective.

What's your favorite class at Flintridge Sacred Heart and why?

Currently, my favorite class is Honors Art Portfolio. I love art and taking this class has challenged me to make personal pieces that push my creative limits. My favorite class that I have taken during my years at Flintridge Sacred Heart was AP European History in sophomore year. I refuse to get rid of my notes and textbook because of how much I loved it!

What do you love about Flintridge Sacred Heart?

I love the enriching classroom discussions that the Catholic all-girls learning environment brings out of us. It has allowed me to see key issues from feminist and religious perspectives, which has broadened my worldview greatly over three years at the school.

What advice do you have for someone applying to Flintridge Sacred Heart?

Having already developed a good work ethic will help you greatly in preparing for academic life at Flintridge Sacred Heart. Also, make sure that you can express yourself authentically and articulately in your application.

What do you do for fun?

I love to draw, play the guitar, read books, play video games, and hula dance.


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