Nicole Bednar '21

I hope to be a media diver, someone who films underwater for either magazines, animal planet, or other nature media platforms.

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

volleyball, PAF (Photography and Film club), BSU (Black Student Union), UDC (Urban Dance Crew), orientation leader, peer tutor

What is your favorite spot on campus and why?

I love being on the field, because it's a breath of fresh air being outside and seeing the views

What is your career aspiration?

I hope to be a media diver, someone who films underwater for either magazines, animal planet, or other nature media platforms.

What's your proudest accomplishment so far?

My proudest accomplishment so far has been building up my photography portfolio and getting to know other media divers to help me pursue my aspired career.

What three words describe you?

mysterious, strong-willed, amiable

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

APUSH (AP US History) because of how funny, relatable, and so great of a teacher Mr. Burnett is. This class never is boring and always goes by so fast.

What do you love about Flintridge Sacred Heart?

I love how long my legacy has been with Flintridge Sacred Heart, and I love how close I can get with the girls in my grade and also those outside of my grade.

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

Try your best in school no matter what and people will recognize that; and you will find and become friends with the girls on the hill, there is so much opportunity to find girls that will become some of your life long friends.

What do you do for fun?

listen to music, draw and paint, skateboard, bake, and spend time with my friends

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