“Humans of Sacred Heart” – Lily DeConcini ’20

What has been your favorite part of being Senior Class President?

“My favorite part about being Senior Class President is being able to make things happen for my grade.  I play a role in designing and ordering the apparel, being in charge of class lunches, running Friday class meetings, and more.  I love to hear what people in my grade want and then take steps to make it happen for them.”

What has been the most memorable part of your senior year?

“I would say the most memorable part of my senior year has been the little things that we often take for granted in the moment.  Listening to music in the core center together, walking up from the parking lot, and going on Starbucks runs with my friends are just some of them.  I also absolutely loved the Father-Daughter Dance.  It was so special to go to Rye Bar & Grill after with my whole grade, as well as watch the Dadrigals kill their performance.”

What advice would you give to rising seniors?

“To rising seniors, I advise that you enjoy every part of senior year.  From late-nights finishing applications to the excitement of Senior Day.  Not to be cliché, but you really only experience senior year once.  So, live fully in it.  It is going to be one of the best years of your life.”

The King Street Chronicle thanks senior Lily DeConcini ’20 for her contributions to “Humans of Sacred Heart.”