Humans of Sacred Heart – Deah Dushyanth '17



What did receiving your class ring mean to you? 
“Receiving a class ring is a symbol of the Sacred Heart Greenwich community. When I received my class ring last year I truly felt that I was becoming part of the community in a deeper way. I took the opportunity to engrave my ring with a quote that was dear to my heart which made my ring even more special to me.”
How does it feel to now be the one ringing a junior? 
“I think having the opportunity to ring a junior and present them with their class ring not only brings the two grades closer together but also represents the transition they will embark on as they move from junior to senior year.  The ceremony is a perfect representation of the transition and creates a lasting memory for both the junior and senior.”
What is your favorite part of Ring Day? 
“My favorite part of ring day is when the juniors sing their song to the seniors. I truly enjoyed singing to last year’s seniors and I felt that the song the juniors sang this year caused the seniors to value the time we have left not only at Sacred Heart but with the juniors as well.”
The King Street Chronicle thanks senior Deah Dushyanth ’17 for her contributions to “Humans of Sacred Heart.”
Photo by Nadia Zuaiter, Social Media Content Editor and Co-Podcast Editor
– Compiled by Nadia Zuaiter, Social Media Content Editor and Co-Podcast Editor