Nashville, TN; Clinical Translational Research Coordinator at the Vanderbilt Memory and Alzheimer's Center
The two most important ways St. George's prepared me for college and my career were through emphasizing critical thinking and encouraging me to be a well-rounded individual, who fully cultivated their different talents.
Varsity Women's Volleyball, Honor Council, Head Prefect/Prefect of Academics, Fleece for Faith; Ali's Way/St. Jude's Club
Mrs. McMullen and Mrs. Underwood because both created safe classroom environments that cultivated deep learning and collaboration. Being in this type of environment really allowed me to explore my academic passions to the fullest extent.
Completing the St. Jude Half Marathon with other St. George's students and teachers in support of Adam's Army.
My advice to students would be to take full advantage of all the amazing opportunities St. George's has to offer both through academics and through extracurricular activities. The lessons you learn through both will serve you well in the future.