“As far as Southville goes (or my whole childhood for that matter), I can’t really pinpoint the moment when I decided to pursue film. Unlike some of my peers, I didn’t grow up knowing I’d want to be behind the camera. All I knew was I didn’t want a desk job, and that I loved art. What I did with the camera, I wouldn’t even call it filmmaking. I recorded a bunch of bizarre ideas with my friends then edited them at home. When I look back now, it’s actually embarrassing how funny it wasn’t. From an objective point of … [Read more]
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“I’ve had experience living in Spain, England and Australia just on my own – without my parents, starting when I was 14 years old. I was surprisingly well prepared. I had no difficulties adjusting to the cultural differences and I was absolutely ready to handle the independent life. At Imperial College, I was surrounded by the best students in Europe and I felt that I rose to the occasion by graduating with 1st class honors (equivalent to Suma Cumlaude). Believe it or not; I was a problem kid most of my life and I thank my teachers at Southville for … [Read more]
When I attended SISC, I was motivated by the school’s vast, well invested curriculum that emphasized in academics and values. Unique subjects such as Entrepreneurship and Home Economics allowed me to challenge myself, be creative, and think outside the box. Events such as International Week and the Comprehensive Growth Series were not only fun, but also taught me about self-respect and respect for others. On top of that, SISC has passionate faculty who inspired me to go above and beyond. That foundation enabled me to attend and graduate from one of the toughest academies in the world: West Point. I … [Read more]