You became a student at PFS in fifth grade. Years later we are lucky to have you on the faculty. What stands out to you about that time in your life at PFS?
What honestly stands out the most about that time, the turbulent middle school years, was being a pretty unhappy kid, and a bit of a trouble maker. I remember the unwavering love, support, and care I consistently got from the faculty without ever feeling like my behavior warranted it.
I was speaking with the mother of two Princeton Friends School students recently. She shared that on a drive to school one morning, her youngest daughter, a rising first grader, surprised her with an unexpected comment. She declared, “My heart is happy when I come to Princeton Friends School each day!”