La Salle Prep Review
I had the honor of being interviewed for my High School’s Spring edition of their magazine, La Salle Prep Review! I attended La Salle Catholic College Prep for all 4 years of my high school experience from 2009-2013. I don’t think high school is designed to be a great time (Puberty is a weird time for everyone involed) but nonetheless, looking back on my high school years, I would say I can confidently look fondly on the memories I made and the experiences I had during my four years. I was playing sports during my time and made friends that I still actively keep in contact with to this day.
What made this interview with La Salle really neat is being regarded as “successful” to the school. It is a school that focuses on making sure it’s students are ready for college (and trust me, they do a great job in doing so), however, I never completed college. I only stuck with it for 2 years before I decided to take this route of crochet instead. Although I don’t fit the mold in what I was “supposed” to do, I do appreciate the school for presenting me this platform to show what I have been able to do with my time post-school. I’ve taken a very non-traditional approach to creating a life for myself and I do thank my parents for allowing me to have such a great education. I took it for granted while I was there, but I think a lot of it still stuck. If my parent’s see this, I apologize for some of the grades I received!
With traditional schooling, we are told that you must complete certain steps to become happy and successful. The times are changing and I appreciate the school for recognizing that. Working hard isn’t always fun and it’s hard to see the pay off before you get to it, but I do want to thank La Salle for being a great foundation for me before my adult years. I am a very proud Alumni! Thank you for everything La Salle!