What was your foreign study experience?
I went to Zambia spring of my freshman year. Our group visited three different schools and donated school supplies. I will always remember how excited the kids at the school were to see us every day that we visited.
What does playing the bass do for you?
The feeling you get when your ensemble performs a piece to perfection is delightful. When the violins, violas, cellos, and basses all come together after weeks of practice and repetition, it is quite impressive.
Why are sports important to you?
I like playing and competing in basketball the most because it gives me a chance to bond with my peers outside of the classroom in a more fun way.
Why do you want to be in theater?
I love performing and expressing myself, that’s a great way to do it. I have always imagined or been the actor in big movies—it is just my dream!
Rebecca Qubain, Ravenscroft Class of 2015, shares how Ravenscroft prepared her for her experience at Purdue and how her volunteer work and community service shaped her.
Ryan McAtee, Ravenscroft Class of 2016, shares the importance of his great relationships with teachers while at Ravenscroft.
Samantha Cohen, Ravenscroft Class of 2015, shares how Ravenscroft College Counseling helped her make the best college decision.
Emily Bedsole, Ravenscroft Class of 2013, shares her thoughts about the Ravenscroft Community and her educational experience.
Kobi shares how the all of the opportunities at Ravenscroft to exlore and participate in a variety of activities led him to leadership positions and to realized "the sky's the limit" as far as what he can do.
What do you love about your job? Working with dedicated colleagues to teach enthusiastic students is the highlight of my job.
What is your favorite Ravenscroft moment? My favorite moments are all the "firsts" that I've witnessed in the years I have been at Ravenscroft. The first time our field hockey team beat DA. The first time we played a girl's lacrosse game on campus.