In this #SeniorSpotlight2021, get to know Sayuri, a two-year student originally from Japan, who participated in sports and learned a lot about other cultures at ICSB.
When you think of high school, what song comes to mind?
"Look At Me Now" by Charlie Puth
What’s your favorite TV show or movie?
"A Dog's Purpose"
What have you been involved in at ICSB?
How long have you been at ICSB?
What’s your favorite place on campus and why?
Mrs. Mason's room because my favourite classes are held there both this and last year.
How have your teachers impacted you?
Mrs. Mason helped me a lot, no matter what the subjects are. She helped me in studying, language skills and even physically and mentally.
Ms. Marsh helped me to prepare for exams, and of course, she answered all the help I needed about academics.
Ms. Swenson was being a great support for me and kept me motivated during Distance Learning.
What’s your favorite thing or memory about ICSB?
High school retreat.
What is an experience you’ve had at ICSB that you couldn’t have had anywhere else?
I got to know some of my good friends here who I would have never met if I was not here.
What are some of the ways you’ve grown since you first came to ICSB?
Knowing about other cultures, I think I have gained understandings of relationships, people and ways of thinking.
What colleges did you get accepted to and which one will you pick?
I will be attending a university in Japan, but I haven't decided which one yet.
What is your dream job?
Hospital play specialist.