What clubs, organizations, sports, service projects etc. are you involved in?
Musicals, Speech and Debate, Asian Food News and Culture, Ambassadors, Kairos retreat leader
What is your favorite spot on campus and why?
The Octagon because it's the perfect spot to see the gorgeous view, which is especially picturesque on days after it rains.
What is your career aspiration?
At the moment I'm hoping to become an environmental engineer. I know in the future I want to do something related to environmental science or policy though.
What's your proudest accomplishment so far?
In my sophomore year as part of the choir we were invited to sing at the Chicago Symphony Center with other choirs from around the country!
What three words describe you?
friendly, hard-working, enthusiastic
What's your favorite class at Flintridge Sacred Heart and why?
I'm currently taking Honors Scientific Research. It's a definite favorite of mine, not only because of the unique opportunity the class has given me to learn about the research process, but also because I've been able to choose to research a field I'm passionate about with the guidance and support of my peers and teacher. This class is allowing me to gain skills in lab techniques and comprehension of scientific literature, as well as collaboration and communication.
What do you love about Flintridge Sacred Heart?
Definitely the teachers because they truly dedicate so much of their energy to helping us understand new concepts, while still having fun. I've seen and experienced how much they care about us learning and succeeding.
What advice do you have for someone applying to Flintridge Sacred Heart?
I'd say when choosing a school, look for one that has strong programs in things you're interested in, but also has a variety of other academics and extracurricuar activities that allow you to branch out and try new things. Knowing your strengths and passions is important, but participating in activities you've never done before can help you learn so much more about yourself!