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Spotlight on Yewon!

Spotlight on Yewon!

May 30, 2020

Marymount, along with the IB, has taught me an interest in learning. I hope whoever is reading this can gain valuable things from your Marymount experience like me.

Ela in the Spotlight!

Ela in the Spotlight!

May 30, 2020

Don’t take anything for granted. Study hard, get good grades and you will open up many pathways in life. And be nice to EVERYONE!

Ishika in the Spotlight!

Ishika in the Spotlight!

May 30, 2020

Mr Robertson, among others, has been a very influential figure whilst at Marymount. As an IB art teacher and advisor, I have learnt so much from him not only about art, but also on how I need to have faith in myself to achieve my goals.

Spotlight on Ally!

Spotlight on Ally!

May 29, 2020

Ally shares What will you miss most about Marymount? Simply how it makes me feel at home. I’ll miss the long walks around campus and eating takeout in the DP Lounge and the famous Marymount traditions. I’ll really miss the teachers too. They were such a massive part of our lives – some o...

Alexandra in the Spotlight!

Alexandra in the Spotlight!

May 28, 2020

My advice for younger students is to enjoy every moment surrounded by the amazing people at Marymount. Our time in high school was cut short, which really made me realize how valuable those small moments are.

Anaïs in the Spotlight!

Anaïs in the Spotlight!

May 28, 2020

Ms Chou, please send me all your recipes. I won't survive university without your dumplings.

An Interview with Adeoyin Adewunmi, Candidate for Student Council President

An Interview with Adeoyin Adewunmi, Candidate for Student Council President

Simisola Orotope Paul

May 28, 2020

When asked how she would describe “Marymount Magic”, Adeoyin replies, “community.” In the past she had not experienced any community like Marymount, where everyone is keen on participating in clubs and giving back to the community. “Everyone is accepting,” she says.

An Interview with Jenny Seong, Candidate for Student Council President

An Interview with Jenny Seong, Candidate for Student Council President

Sahana

May 28, 2020

For me the ‘Marymount Magic’ has to be the hospitality of the community. Even though I’ve only been here for less than a year, I have already seen myself grow and change being in this community, as the hospitality of the people taught me how to be more confident and push my limits, so this is definitely the ‘magic’ of Marymount that I have experienced.

An Interview with Kathleen Fairweather – Candidate for Student Council President

An Interview with Kathleen Fairweather - Candidate for Student Council President

Alexandra Miller

May 28, 2020

The Marymount Magic that people describe is the overwhelming sense of kindness and warmth in the community between the students and teachers that is just unlike any other school that I have been to or witnessed, because there is just no sense of malice or cruelty anywhere. That is the Marymount Magic everybody speaks of, because you are free to be yourself without judgement.

An Interview with Student Council Presidential Candidate Iman Kanoute

An Interview with Student Council Presidential Candidate Iman Kanoute

Sahana

May 28, 2020

I would say that I am a very positive person, and I like talk to people! I like my Marymount community and love getting to know people from all grades, which I have been able to do especially through the musicals. As your Student Council President, I will be someone who represents everyone, knows everyone and everyone knows me back, and people can feel comfortable coming to me with any issues or initiatives that I can present to the higher body of the school!

Iman in the Spotlight!

Iman in the Spotlight!

May 27, 2020

I don’t really believe in advice because giving a young person advice is like telling someone to run towards a burning building – they’re going to do the exact opposite. Honestly, just do you. You will only learn from your mistakes.

Quitterie in the Spotlight!

Quitterie in the Spotlight!

May 22, 2020

Try and enjoy every single day of high school because you’ll make amazing memories and you never know what may get in the way (could be a pandemic).

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