Q: What lessons and/or experiences from your days at Morristown School do you still carry with you today?
A: Morristown was responsible for steering me on the correct path through life. Before coming here, I had many difficulties regarding schooling and how to approach life in general. Being with small groups helped draw me from being only interested in what I did. Sharing space, working together and not being allowed to leave the campus made me focus on what was going on here. I learned that I could participate in extracurricular activities, have a social life and study as well. In other words, Morristown provided me with the opportunity to have a complete change in my lifestyle.
Q: What are your fondest memories of attending Morristown School?
A: Among my many fondest memories is being with other students-living and working together. Being a boarder, I had a lot of time to discuss problems at school or home with others. Hearing what they wanted to do with their lives help shaped a lot of my thinking. The other boarders became my extended family. I really enjoyed having a lot of the faculty living and being available on the campus.