Since I'm applying to schools for next year, I've edited this site to feature information that may be of interest to school admissions personnel.
I love learning and I work hard in school. I am currently in the middle of a "PG" (post-graduate) year at Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire. Among my current classes are:
Why did I am I doing a post-graduate year in high school? Had I gone straight to college, I would have been entering university at age seventeen. Accepting a post-graduate year at Exeter gives me a chance to pursue my objective of playing varsity hockey in college, while furthering my education at one of the world’s top prep schools. (I was also intrigued by Exeter’s Harkness method of instruction.)
Before Exeter, I attended Christian Brothers Academy in Syracuse, New York. I graduated from there last spring. I took all honors classes there. I started taking AP courses in tenth grade, and by the end had taken 11 in total. My GPA was roughly 4.0 (~97% grade-point average). I got a 1500 on my SATs at age 16, in 2019.
I'm not sure what I want to major in yet. Among my interests at this point are science, medicine, biology and engineering. I am keeping my options open and hope to put myself into an environment where I can continue to explore.