What clubs, organizations, sports, service projects, etc. are you involved in?
Vice President of the Armenian Club, Young Writers' Society, Staff Writer for Journalism
What is your favorite spot on campus and why?
Ms. Wilkinson's room. There's a carpet and beanbags that make you feel like you're at home. The room is also covered with the coolest post cards.
What is your career aspiration?
To be a writer for the New Yorker.
What's your proudest accomplishment so far?
The USC medical internship Franq Norton '20 and I did together over the summer.
What three words describe you?
Witty, quirky, self-sufficient
What's your favorite class at Flintridge Sacred Heart and why?
Mr. Bernstein's English III class junior year. The class was really challenging, but it made me want to be not only a better writer but a better person too. Also, Mr. Pals' World History class sophmore year—
I would retake that class in a heartbeat.
What do you love about Flintridge Sacred Heart?
I love the quirky bonds all the girls have. One second you can be bonding with your friends and crying, and the next second you can be jumping up and down belting classics like "Dancing Queen."
What advice do you have for someone applying to Flintridge Sacred Heart?
I know everyone says this and, as someone who just applied to college, I know it can seem redundant, but try to be authentic and vulnerable. Flintridge Sacred Heart is looking for girls who want to connect with their community to create deeper bonds.
What do you do for fun?
I take an excessive amount of pictures of my St. Bernard Alfie and every matcha I've ever had.