What would be one piece of advice to a student entering TMS for the first time?
The one piece of advice I'd give to students entering TMS for the
first time would be to TAKE ADVANTAGE of the teachers and all the
resources that they offer. Because if you are willing to hand in draft
after draft of a paper receiving corrections on it until it is
perfect, or are not afraid to ask a question every time you don't
understand something, or if you are willing to raise your hand and
state your opinion whenever you have it, you will have learned life
skills that, not only students in the most prestigious schools in the
country will not have learned, but that, I kid you not, if you utilize
them, you will be able to go anywhere.
What student activities were you involved in?
Student government.....I can't remember anything else off the top of my head!
Is there one experience at TMS that had an impact on your future life after TMS?
One particular experience doesn't stick out in my mind - more the general overall experience is what I benefit from daily and know that I will continue to do so.
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of TMS?
Teachers and the power of small classrooms - if as a student you are
willing to take advantage of both.
What have you been doing in the interim?
I am currently a junior at Dartmouth College having an absolutely
phenomenal experience - both inside and outside of the classroom.
What are your future plans?
I am happy to say that I have no idea ;-). I am majoring in Psychology
and minoring in Sociology and hope to peruse a career in one of those