Groton activities: Swimming, track, JV soccer
Most surprising when you first arrived at Groton: How easy it was to settle in; I kind of had an idea about everything around me within the second week.
Favorite classes: English, Latin, and Biology. English: I have always loved to read and talk about what I read. Latin: Before Groton, I had never studied Latin, but I fell in love instantly. I love the challenge that it brings and the Roman history that we learn along with it. Biology: I have always loved learning about the anatomy of the human body and the biology of life around me.
Most memorable Groton moment: St. Mark’s Day: I love being a part of the Groton school spirit.
Favorite Dining Hall food: Chicken pot pie
- Being at home was great. I spent so much time with my family after not being with them for almost a year and a half, which was a therapeutic experience for me. After being home for nearly two months, coming … Read More
- It has been exactly a week since we left school, and I have mixed feelings of missing Groton but also being happy to be at home with my family. This past fall term was unlike any other, with all the … Read More
- Coming back to school has been a somewhat new but amazing experience. I arrived on Thursday, September 7, and while I was eager to see my friends again, I had to quarantine in my dorm for about thirty-six hours before … Read More
- Due to COVID-19, one of the hardest things to do this summer was finding a job. A lot of places had just re-opened by the time school got out, and it was too late to apply. Additionally, most of the … Read More
- One good book I read this summer was The Giver, by Lois Lowry. It tells the story of a twelve year-old boy growing up in a sort of utopia, and how he is able to change the lifestyle of his … Read More