Sophomore Elizabeth Brownridge prepares for duck hunting.

Sophomore returns to Country Day after finding St. Francis High School too strict

Sophomore Elizabeth Brownridge has transferred back to SCDS.

Q: Where did you transfer from?

A: St. Francis High School. I left Country Day because I wanted to go to a bigger school so I could meet new people and I was ready for a different school.

Q: Why did you decide to come back?

A: The rules at St. Francis were becoming too strict. It ended up not being the right fit for me. We had gotten a new principal, and she had made a lot of new changes, which made the previous rules even more strict. It made it hard to have fun and not feel restricted.

Q: What did you miss most about SCDS?

A: The really friendly community.

Q: What sports do you play?

A: Soccer; I’m planning to play for the school this spring.

Q: What are your hobbies? 

A: Duck hunting. I’ve been doing it for six years since I got my license at 10 years old. I really hope to go deer hunting soon.

Q: What are your favorite subjects?

A: Science. I like it because it’s interesting to learn how everything works. I also want to be a vet and they are required to do a lot of science classes, so I might as well enjoy it.


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