Jack Brockermeyer '16

How long have you been at All Saints’? 
This is my thirteenth year at All Saints’!
 
What are you involved in at All Saints’?
I serve as President of the Student Council, am a member of the Student Ambassador Program where I am a Lead Student Ambassador, and was appointed the Editor-in-Chief of the yearbook.
 
What is your favorite part of being at All Saints’?
My favorite part of All Saints’ is the teachers. No matter what class or subject, all the teachers are passionate about their field of study, and are always willing to help students. Additionally, the teachers show how much their care by loving us and investing in our lives. I feel indebted to them for the countless lessons I have learned through their guidance.
 
What do you want to be in the future?
I can see myself becoming a businessman or a lawyer. To be determined.

Grace Evans '17

How long have you been at All Saints’?
I am a lifer. I have been at All Saints’ since Kindergarten.
 
What are you involved in at All Saints’?
I am a member of the Dance Company, the Honors Drama program and the Choir.
 
What is your favorite part of being at All Saints’?
I love the supportive environment.  As a student involved in many activities both in and out of school, it is great to have teachers who will challenge me, but also understand the importance of balance.
 
What do you want to be when you grow up?
I haven’t made that decision yet, though I know it will be in the arts. I plan on pursuing a BFA in college.
Jaelen Price '19

How long have you been at All Saints’?
I joined the All Saints’ community this year.
 
What are you involved in at All Saints’?
I played volleyball this fall and am a part of the Musical this spring.  I plan on doing track in the spring as well.
 
What is your favorite thing about All Saints’?
My favorite thing about All Saints’ is that there is so much to participate in (sports, the arts, community service, clubs).  The challenge is balancing your academic work with your extracurricular commitments.
 
What do you want to do when you grow up?
I would love to be a sports medicine doctor and work with professional athletes.
Sienna DelConte '19

How long have you been at All Saints?
This is my seventh year as a Saint.
 
What are you involved in at All Saints’?
I am an admission ambassador and am also a part of the Honors College, which has been a really great experience. I am glad I was given the opportunity to participate.
 
What is your favorite part about All Saints’?
My favorite part about being at All Saints’ is the community. Everyone at school is very close. We treat each other with respect and like family. The teachers are very involved in our lives and take time to get to know each of us personally. It makes the learning environment that much more engaging.
Anna Love '22

How long have you been at All Saints’?
I have been at All Saints’ since Kindergarten, so seven years now.
 
What are you involved in at All Saints’?
I have spent a lot of time being involved in competitive dance. I am now a part of the ballet program at All Saints’ and enjoying it very much.
 
What is your favorite part about All Saints’?
I love the opportunity to get to know new people. The students here are really interesting and are really nice. I also love the teachers. They make learning exciting.
 
What do you want to be when you grow up?
I want to be a doctor that works in the NICU with babies.
Kelsey Nowlin '22

How long have you been at All Saints’? 
This is my first year, though my siblings have been here for longer.
 
What is your favorite part of being at All Saints’?
I like the relationships I am able to have with my teachers. I am able to rely on them if I need anything or if I have any problems.
 
What do you want to be in the future?
I am currently very involved in gymnastics and I know how hard it is to recover from injuries. So, I want to be a physical therapist when I grow up to help others.

Student Ambassadors

Nicole Adams '18, Maddie Bailey '16, Gwyneth Baker '19, Garrick Bender '18, Sarah Boone '16, Emily Brock '16, Jack Brockermeyer '16, Abby Carroll '16, Christophe Chaumont '18, Sherley Chen '17, Jordan Cisco '17, Bryson Clark '19, Bennett Cleveland '18, Branden Condit '17, Cade Crow '17, Preston Dean '18, Will DeBerry '17, Sienna DelConte '19, Gracie Devaney '17, Bryce Earley '19, Libby Farr '17, Easton Fehler '19, Matt Flores '17, Alise Ford '17, Abbi Freeman '18, Noemi Gallegos '18, Carter Gloor '19, Jernee' Goods '16, Natalie Griffin '16, Corynne Hammit '17, Amy Hu '16, Marti King '16, Ashlyn Kotarski '18, Kort Kuenstler '19, Alissa Leaderer '17, Karlee Mansfield '16, Jessica McCasland '17, Mark McDaniel '17, Renée Merrill '16, Jared Moody '17, Nick Moore '19, Barrett Phillips '17, Claire Prioleau '16, Sara Kate Puff '16, Lucy Reason '19, Colin Reilly '16, Anna Salerno '16, Meritt Sallinger '18, Rachel Simpson '18, Taylor Simpson '16, Imani Stewart '17, Caroline Taylor '16, Grace Tracy '16, David Vega-Pulido '17, Kate Ward '18, Sky Yacullo '17, Leea Yater '17. (Not all Student Ambassadors are pictured.)
 
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