Student, Bishop Stang High School, Class of 2016,
If I could do it all again (picking what high school to attend), I do not think I would change a thing. As a typical timid freshman, I was nervous my first few weeks at Bishop Stang. Not only did I get lost at least a dozen times, but I also found myself struggling academically. To my surprise, there was never a time I felt alone throughout any of this. I began to ask upperclassmen for directions to classes and was never turned down. I also started going for extra help and never felt like I was "stupid" for doing so or asking "too much from a teacher". I discovered how easy it was to also be open about my faith and never get put-down for it because everyone was so accepting, even if they were not the same religion. I found friends with ease and began participating in other clubs to meet new people. My dad has always said, "there is never a kid who is not smiling walking in and walking out of that building". I have grown so much as a person and the only place to credit that too is Bishop Stang.