Confessions of the Class of 2022


Chloe Gaudelet '24

Claire Pittaro ’22 confesses her sins before the end of the school year.

I never miss school.

I asked Miss Pan who the Dean of Students was.

Every time I walk by Miss Pan’s office I take at least five mints.

On my first day of school as a new freshman, I knocked into the Mater painting by the chapel and it almost fell down.

I thought that Coaches Celia and Thomas Pashley were brother and sister for quite some time.

I was the one who gave Rachel the hot chocolate to put in the pit freshman year

I use the one-stall faculty bathroom next to the Lower School bathroom across from the theatre 24/7. It’s the best one by far.

I can proudly say that I have never started a toaster fire, however, there were a few close calls.

I have cried in every bathroom in the school.

I accidentally started the fight chant at recess in sixth grade. It was not my proudest moment.

I did my end-of-year ethics project on Trisha Paytas.

I have only parked in the senior lot five times so far in the school year.

I have had the core center remote with me since September, and sometimes I turn off whatever is being played just for the fun of it.

I have legitimately fallen asleep in class, and the teacher has called me out for it (which was pretty awkward).

I would take an accidental nap in APUSH every day after Spring Break.

I downloaded games onto my TI-84C calculator to make math class pass by faster.

One time, I was meeting with Mrs. Vasu over Zoom and was so nervous that I threw up six times before.

In sophomore year, I was walking down the hall when a teacher I had never met before nodded at me and thoughtfully said, “Good morning, Miss Griffin.”  I am not Erin Griffin, but I didn’t know what to say so I just kept walking.

I haven’t parked in the senior parking lot since September.

During junior year, my friends and I had a cry tracker on a Google Doc. It was 32 pages in length.

Featured Image by Chloe Gaudelet ’24