Student of the Week: Sarah Campbell '24
Sarah Campbell '24, Baltimore House with Mr. Chris Sorrell '83
Sarah Campbell has set the most wonderful example for how a student should be prepared, enthusiastic, and curious as each class begins. Her performance reflects well on her scores in the classroom and makes her an outstanding classmate. I think my seventh period class can rely on Sarah to be a leader in the room for the entire semester. Our class is better because Sarah is in it. Well done Sarah and the Campbell family.
-Mr. Chris Sorrell '83
What activities do you participate in?
Women's Soccer, Mass Choir, Spanish Club, Physical Therapy Club, and Drama club.
What's your favorite part of being a student at Carroll?
My favorite part of being a student at Carroll is because of the helpful and welcoming environment which pushes you to be the best you can and to your best abilities.
What should school “do” for you?
School should be a place where you learn not only about the required subjects taught there, but it should also be a place of community, fun, laughter, memorable experiences, and people. That is what school is all about.
What’s a lesson you learned when you overcame a difficult obstacle?
Sometimes that when you are going 100 miles an hour, it is okay to slow down and take a look at all you have accomplished instead of thinking about all your mistakes. One mistake will slow you down, but only if you let it.
What’s your biggest dream in life?
I hope to graduate from a college with a degree in veterinary science.
How do you like spending your free time?
I love to spend time with my family and friends. I love to watch sports and love to read.