This past summer I had an experience that surely surpassed all other memories. I had the opportunity to spend a week with Dr. Katie Duncan, an alumna of RPCS, at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center Department of Ophthalmology and Oculoplastic surgery.
Name: Grace Daniels
Year: Junior (Class of 2023)
Clubs/Sports: Volleyball, Indoor Track, Track and Field, Red Key Ambassadors, Peer Health, SGA
Fun Fact: When I grow up, I want to be a pediatrician
My name is Grace (she/her), and I am so excited to be sharing pieces of my life at RPCS with you! I started at RPCS my 9th grade year, but the spirited and supportive community makes me feel like I've gone my whole life. Some of my favorite things to do are spend time with my older brother, read and travel, and my favorite subject is biology. Outside of class, I love to collaborate with classmates in a library study room or chat with friends in the courtyard. See you at RPCS soon!
After coming back from Thanksgiving, Winter break is in sight. It’s the final stretch of school before a nice two weeks with family and friends. However, there are a few RPCS traditions that make this last week extremely memorable.
To say that RPCS has spirit is a bit of an understatement. During my time as a student, I truly haven’t seen a community that takes pride and creativity to this level. All of this really showed during the Upper School’s spirit week this October.
Before I started at RPCS, the thought of high school terrified me. Little did I know each day would be full of more opportunities and friendships than I could have imagined. I wanted to give you a few tips that I leaned my freshman year and help me get through high school smoothly while still having fun.