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: I think they would say that I am nice, polite, and caring.
Q: What is your favorite SPS memory?
A: My favorite SPS memory is when we had a water balloon fight with the middle school at the end of field day in sixth grade.
Q: What is your favorite hot lunch item (past or present)?
Q: What was your favorite school field trip?
A: When we rode in a limo to the Body Worlds museum exhibit.
Q: Imagine that upon graduation, you will be granted one superpower for the next four years of high school…what would it be?
A: I would choose to be “all knowing” so I’d be sure to do well in high school.
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: I would choose to take a sailboat and a giant box of matches.
Q: What is the most purposeful ‘Cardinal Lesson’ you have learned over the years?
A: The most purposeful Cardinal Lesson I’ve learned is that God will always be by our side with everything we go through and that he will never stop loving us.
Q: Who have been the three most influential people in your life thus far?
A: My father, my mother and God.
Q: Talk about how your time as a Cardinal has impacted your faith walk.
A: Going to SPS has certainly helped me to grow closer to my faith. SPS taught me how to hear God’s voice, live a life of grace with God, and many more amazing things!