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Chloe Tenn

Chloe Tenn

SAS had caught my eye on a glimmering pamphlet at the Falls shopping mall. With my insatiable curiosity, it was inevitable I would pick it up, research it, and fall in love with the program. SAS was the best decision I made, not only for my education but also for the friends and experiences I was able to accrue. I stepped into the MDC cafeteria on a Monday morning, nervously expecting my first college class and I immediately fell into the magnetic dynamic of the students around me striving toward the similar goal of success.The people I met were not the only amazing facet of this school. In a homely trailer by the athletic track, a coalition of educators with the biggest hearts reside. Through the confusion of college applications, my endless spew of questions regarding my essays in AP English Language, and perfecting scholarship applications, the staff at SAS managed to calm me with patience and advise me with invaluable words that I will treasure as I pursue my undergraduate degree. With my daily hugs ready for the administration, I am comforted in the knowledge that I am steadfastly supported in all my endeavors and given my best opportunity to accomplish my goals.I am a graduating senior now and regret is one word not in my vocabulary. SAS is not only a school for advanced studies, but a home that welcomes the determined, the conscientious, and the brave. I am blessed that my fur was one of a white tiger for two of my high school years. I could not imagine any other high school where I would rather be.

Chloe Tenn
SAS Kendall
North Carolina State University, Class of 2021




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