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#SeniorSpotlight2021: Marybeth Dicks

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In this #SeniorSpotlight2021, get to know Marybeth, a four-year student originally from the US, who wants to become an elementary school teacher.

 

When you think of high school, what song comes to mind?

"White Owl" by Josh Garrels 

 

What’s your favorite TV show or movie?

"The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe"

 

What have you been involved in at ICSB?

Art and journalism.

 

How long have you been at ICSB?

4 years.

 

What’s your favorite place on campus and why?

I really like the library because I enjoy reading. And the library has a lot of books that are my favorite genres.

 

How have your teachers impacted you?

Miss Olandt is such an amazing teacher because of how she understands students on another level. She's always understood us even when we made pretty dumb mistakes. She's impacted me in a way that makes me see that mistakes are completely normal and I don't have to beat myself up for it or anything.

 

What’s your favorite thing or memory about ICSB?

My favorite thing about ICSB is how the teachers and staff treat the students here. Yes we are students, but the teachers treat us like so much more than that, and I think that's really special.

 

What is an experience you’ve had at ICSB that you couldn’t have had anywhere else?

The community at ICSB is probably something that I've never seen anywhere else. It's so unique and we're all so close to each other. 

 

What are some of the ways you’ve grown since you first came to ICSB?

I've definitely grown a lot academically and spiritually throughout high school. There were several challenges I had to face in both of those areas, but I came out learning so much from that.

 

What colleges did you get accepted to and which one will you pick?

I got accepted to Cedarville University and Bryan College, and I will be attending Bryan College.

 

What is your dream job?

Being an elementary school teacher.


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We are so proud of our graduating class's achievements. They have been accepted to 50+ prestigious colleges and universities. Well done, Class of 2021!