"Humans of Sacred Heart" – C'Meijah Donaldson '19


What do you like most about the Peer Leadership program?
“I love the set up of the Peer Leadership program because it’s a class, but not an academic class, so there’s nothing to stress about.  It’s a time to just relax, talk, and of course, eat food. I also like how the program is composed of seniors and freshmen because the seniors can help guide the freshmen and give them advice as we’ve already been through most of high school.”
What is your favorite memory from Peer Leadership?
“My favorite memory from Peer Leadership is going to Camp Jewell with my peerlings because I got the chance to get to know them and bond before our first official peer leadership meeting.  I remember we all did not like the woods, so we bonded over that a lot.”
What made you want to become a Peer Leader?
“I wanted to become a Peer Leader because I know what it’s like to be a freshman and recognize that making that adjustment is pretty challenging. So, I wanted to be someone who they felt comfortable talking to and just be a familiar face in the hallway.”
The King Street Chronicle thanks senior C’Meijah Donaldson ’19 for her contributions to “Humans of Sacred Heart.”
Photo by Christine Guido, News Editor
– Compiled by Christine Guido, News Editor