Kate Corneau

Elementary School: Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Academy
College: Rhode Island College
Major: I will study Early Childhood education.
What is your dream job? 
My dream job is to be a Kindergarten teacher.

“Clipper Pride is definitely real and it is shown at every school event. CHS is special because it caters to the individual.”

Who was your favorite teacher or administrator during your time at CHS? What subject did they teach? What made her or him special?

Mrs. Enright is my favorite teacher. She believed in me and calmed me down when I was stressed. We also traveled to Great Britain together, and now we share a great bond. We always say “Hi” in the hallway, and her humor brightens my day.

 

What is something about CHS that people might not know, but should?

As I reflect on my last 4 years, I see how much of a family we are. We support each other and accept our differences. We all come together for the Day of Silence, Leukemia and Lymphoma fundraising, Aydan’s Army, #DStrong, Epilepsy, just everything.

What advice would you give to next year’s ninth grade students coming to CHS?

My advice to next year’s ninth grade students is to try new things and put yourself out there. Don’t be afraid of the amazing young adult you will become. I know this is cliche, but cherish every moment because it goes by fast in the end.

What makes CHS special? Why?

I originally wanted to go the Beacon Charter School, but I am so glad that I came to CHS. I blossomed with all the AP classes offered, the involved teachers, and especially the clubs. Clipper Pride is definitely real and it is shown at every school event. CHS is special because it caters to the individual.