CHAR­LIE FISHER

Grad­u­at­ing Grade: 12

The Kids Post - - The Vals -

“It is very flat­ter­ing and re­ward­ing to be rec­og­nized for my hard work aca­dem­i­cally.”

How do you think Cres­cent School has pre­pared you for life af­ter grad­u­a­tion? Aca­dem­i­cally, I think Cres­cent has pre­pared me very well for univer­sity. The life skills I have learned at Cres­cent will also help me suc­ceed in univer­sity. Did you have a teacher who in­spired you? My English teacher, Dr. Arendt, through his per­sonal sto­ries, taught me the im­por­tance of do­ing things for your own en­joy­ment and ful­fil­ment and not for oth­ers’ ex­pec­ta­tions or stan­dards. That les­son will re­main with me for years to come. What as­pects of school life/extracurriculars were

you in­volved in? I did my best to be in­volved in extracurriculars as much as pos­si­ble. I was a pre­fect, a house cap­tain, a peer tu­tor, a mem­ber of var­i­ous sports teams, a mem­ber of the busi­ness team and a mem­ber of the ro­bot­ics team. What is one piece of ad­vice you would give to Cres­cent School stu­dents? I would tell them to try some­thing that they nor­mally might not but that in­ter­ests them, as they may just dis­cover a pas­sion of theirs.

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