Humans of Sacred Heart- Grace Campbell '16


What are you doing over spring break? 
“I am going to Germany and Austria with the Madrigals and then I am going to Jamaica with my family. I’m excited because I’ve never been to Germany or Austria before and I haven’t been to Jamaica since I was in sixth grade.” 
What are you most excited about for senior spring?
“I am very excited about golf this spring because it will be my last season. I am also looking forward to spending time with my friends and the senior class because we will be going our separate ways in the fall.” 
What are your thoughts about knowing where everyone will be going to college when we get back from spring break? 
“I can’t wait to see where everyone is going to end up, but at the same time it is so nerve-racking because I don’t know where I am going yet.”
What senior spring traditions are you excited to go through?
“I am looking forward to the senior tradition when all of the seniors get to run through the halls of the Upper School. I am also looking forward to ringing Hannah Sheehan and going through such a special occasion with her.”
What is an interesting story about you that no one knows?
“I don’t have one, I’m an open book.”
What are some facts about you that not many people know?
“I am the youngest person in the senior class, and I am 75 percent deaf in my right ear and 25 percent deaf in my left.”
The King Street Chronicle thanks senior Grace Campbell ’16 for her contributions to “Humans of Sacred Heart.”
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