Mia I. ‘22

Middle School Attended
Friends Community School
What are some of the extra-curricular activities in which you participate? 
I lead Seton's Social Activism Club and participate in activism outside of school, I play classical piano (and a couple other instruments), I am a part of the Leadership Initiatives Public Health Internship Program, and I participate in Seton clubs such as Scholars, Ambassadors, Tri-M Music Honors Society, Theatre, and Photography!
What is your favorite class and why? 
My favorite class is definitely English because I love writing and, more specifically, sharing my thoughts on a book or topic.
Who is your favorite teacher and why? 
My favorite teacher so far at Seton is Mrs. Cunningham. I had her last her for AP Lang and she was so nice and understanding throughout the year.
What is your favorite Seton tradition? 
My favorite Seton tradition by far is the Annual Christmas Show before Christmas break. The teachers and faculty put on an awesome show - it's hilarious watching your teachers perform on stage and the show is a great end to the semester!
How would you best describe the Seton spirit? 
I would describe the Seton spirit as energetic, determined, and supportive. I have found that all students set goals for themselves and are hardworking in reaching those goals. We take the phrase "Seton sisters" quite literally in that one can always find support from others when they need it. Lastly, the student body as a whole brings this amazing energy to assemblies, pep rallies, and sports events that makes you proud to be a part of such a great community.
Give us your best memory of your Seton experience so far! 
It's quite difficult to pinpoint only one best memory from my time at Seton, but I will say that I really enjoyed being a freshman retreat leader as a sophomore. It was a great opportunity for me to become closer with upperclassmen and welcome the new freshman class to Seton!