The memories that most stand out to be would be the kindness of the teachers and the personal interest they took in me as a student, being part of the yearbook team, student council, and Reverence for Life club, the sheer and utter panic I felt when Mr. Ferguson took his tarantula out during biology class, Wednesday mornings Mass in the chapel, narrating the play about St. John Brebeuf’s life and most importantly, the friends I made during my time there.
My time at SJB has had a great impact on my life. It has helped me have a sense of identity that is rooted in my faith. Academically, the school and its teachers prepared me very well academically for my undergraduate studies at UBC.
If you could share a piece of wisdom with the current students at SJB, what would it be?
You will never regret studying hard.
What are you currently doing?
I am a family doctor in Chilliwack.