Daniel Panariti

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Elementary School: Peabody School
College: Sorbonne University
Major: Biology
Career Aspiration: Scientist

Extra Curricula
Origami Club: STEAM Integration, ASL Club, Biotech Club

Favorite Class at CRLS
Creative Writing. I liked this class a lot because it was a great place to write just for the heck of it, to come up with stories that interested me, while also challenging me to write them in formats that I was not used to (plays, blogs, short stories, etc). I enjoyed being surrounded by such creative people and reading their stories.

Favorite Teacher
Miss Chu (taught Biotech 1) was one of the coolest and chillest teachers I've ever had. She would let us listen to Christmas music in October, would always entertain my random bio questions and would have us watch Forensic Files after finishing our work. The environment in her classroom was always very welcoming.

Miss Labaze (taught Creative Writing) was hands down one of the nicest teachers (and people) I've ever met. She so clearly cared about each and every one of her students and her intense passion for the subject was contagious.

Madame Cook was hands down one of the best french teachers I've ever had. She always had a cheerful attitude and always let me and my friends in that class go over the top with our projects (most of which somehow ended up being about bread).

What are some of the out-of-school time (OST) programs that you participated in between grades 6 - 12?

How did being enrolled in any OST program(s) contribute to your success in and out of high school?

What did you like most about CRLS? Why?
The variety of classes that exist! There's always so many available classes it makes it hard to choose what to take. I liked how you could personalize your schedule a lot to your interests, whether by following a RSTA program, taking arts classes, taking a Harvard extension class, etc.

What is something people unfamiliar with CRLS should know about the school? Why? 
There's a wide and diverse range of clubs and sports and extra curricular activities available! It's a great place to make new friends and try something new and exciting!

Advice to Incoming Freshmen
Don't take classes you don't wanna take! You're better off signing up for classes that interest you rather than taking the ones that just look good for colleges! Also make sure to organize your inbox (separate GC announcements from your main emails!), if you're not careful you'll end up with hundreds of unread emails.

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