Student life at Calvary can be explained in one word: packed. With so many possibilities of classes, clubs, extra curriculars, and events it feels like Calvary students are always doing something. Sure, it is not possible to care about all of the available activities but when you love as much as I do, it becomes so easy to find yourself trying so many new things. That’s one of the things I love about Calvary. I love being able to try new things or at least given the option to. That’s the culture here at Calvary; everybody is involved and tries new things together. Calvary is also very welcoming and becomes a second family by the end. The size of the school means it’s all the easier to remember everyone’s names and chat with them in the hallway. But that doesn’t end with students, I can easily say that I know and care about all my teachers on a personal level and I know they care about me. With close bonds comes a sense of loss when students graduate or teachers leave to answer their own callings in life, but this scenario gives the next class the opportunity to step into a leadership role.
All of this couldn’t be possible without God being at the center of all that we do at Calvary. Matthew 19:26 says, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.” Calvary does an amazing job at showing the love of Christ in everything they do and I’m proud to call this place mine.
Student Government President