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Why Did You Choose Pres?

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Juniors Sarah Vincent and Emma Komar pose by the Presentation entrance sign.

Juniors Sarah Vincent and Emma Komar pose by the Presentation entrance sign.

Megan Munce

Megan Munce

Juniors Sarah Vincent and Emma Komar pose by the Presentation entrance sign.

Megan Munce, Assistant Online Editor

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Molly Lowney, ’17:

“My sister came here, but also I think Pres just felt right to me. I felt like I could fit into the community really well because it was all girls and I felt like I could get into leadership positions because of the empowering community. It just fit for me.”

Brianna Gallo, ’19:

“I came because I know from my family members that Pres is a really fun and encouraging environment. My mom, her sisters, and my sister all went to Pres.”

Shreya Deshpande, ‘20:

“The speech and debate team was a really a big plus for me. This is a really chill school.”

Amy Santos, ’17:

“Pres seemed the most down to earth out of all the schools I applied to.”

Brandon Garrett, ’05:

“My mom made me.”

Yazmine Ocampo, ‘18:

“When I came and shadowed, I felt that this community was very encouraging and heartwarming. I thought Pres would make me a much more outgoing and confident person. I felt at home. I had watched Pres shows in the past, and was impressed with the productions and wanted to be part of one.”

Saahiti Vankayalapati, ‘20:

“I was really impressed by my shadowing experience. I liked the classes here.”

Gillian Pereira, ‘18:

“I went to all the Pres events–7th Grade Day, Open House–and I absolutely loved the Pres community. Everyone from my middle school comes here.”

Nina Ramchandani, ‘19:

“I came to Pres because it seemed like an inclusive environment that I didn’t see at any other school. The faculty seemed like they really cared about the students and the students seemed happy.”

Natasha Aji, ‘19:

“I’ve always known that I wanted to go to Pres because my cousin graduated from here in 2013. During the high school admissions process, I was really interested by the speech and debate program, the classes, and the general atmosphere.”

Diane Suba, ‘20:

“My aunts went to Pres and I always wanted to. I didn’t really have a choice at first, but then I grew to like it.”

 

 

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