Q & A!
Q: How many years have you been a Saint Philip student?
Q: If a classmate or teacher were to describe you to someone, what do you think they would say?
A: They might say that I am very confident, I don’t back down, I am competitive and smart.
Q: What is your favorite hot lunch item?
A: Taco Bell.
Q: If you could take over anyone’s job at SPS, whose would it be and why?
A: I would take over Mrs. Senenko’s job as principal because I like to be the one in charge.
Q: Any memorable quote, saying, phrase or greeting from a past or present SPS teacher, administrator or staff member?
A: “Here comes trouble.” – Mrs. Graham
Q: What is your favorite SPS memory?
A: When our school was dedicated to Our Lady of Good Success and we had the procession around campus with the Blessed Sacrament.
Q: Imagine that upon graduation, you will be granted one superpower for the next four years of high school…what would it be?
A: Knowledge because I could ace every subject and fly through high school with the possibility of finishing a year early…so I can have the superpower for a year after high school too!
Q: If you had to be stranded on a deserted island for the next four years, but all human needs-such as food and water-were taken care of, what two things would you want to have with you?
A: A priest and rosaries.
Q: What is the most purposeful ‘Cardinal Lesson’ you have learned over the years?
A: Always try your best and never give up, even if the situation is tough.
Q: Who have been the three most influential people in your life thus far?
A: Father Frank Santilli. Mr. Dennis Sousa. Mr. Noah DaSilva.
Q: Talk about how your time as a Cardinal has impacted your faith walk.
A: Being a student at SPS has allowed me to be a role model in life. For example, when I serve at the First Friday masses for the school, I try to set an example for others to follow. Each day, when school starts with prayer, it really gives me the opportunity to just slow down and thank God and ask for his guidance on my day.