I was really excited to come to Masters for a lot of reasons, but one that stood out to me was the abundance of opportunities available for students to be involved on campus.
I am new to the Upper School, but during my three years in Middle School, I was involved in the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion club, including being co-leader in eighth grade, and the Student Leadership Board. I have also played violin in the orchestra throughout my time at Masters.
I love Founder’s Day because it is always a really fun experience, and everyone shares in the excitement when it happens every year.
I love the dining hall because I get to hang out with my friends, but mostly, I love it for the incredible food.