“All the puzzle pieces fit at this school. We come together to make each other better. Theater kids, football players – we sit together and talk at lunch, we open up and share things in Chapel. That’s what I love about this school. I’m a Jewish kid at an Episcopal school, and they welcomed me with open arms.
In Chapel, Chap (Chaplain Sanford Groff) talks about Jewish holidays. It allows our community to be aware of how other faiths worship. It strengthens our community. You’re able to find things in common that you never thought existed.
When I first got to St. Paul’s, I took a while to open up and the teachers really encouraged me to get involved. There are all these opportunities and I started to take advantage of them. It wasn’t about finding my niche, I just had to realize my niche was always there. I love it here.”