One Big Family

It is always easy to reminisce on my time as a student at Verb. Walking down the corridors, the field, or even speaking to the students are always a reminder of my time here at Verb. I always remember the constant support and guidance from teachers, coaches, and staff. We as students bonded over homework assignments, sports, and everything else going on in our lives throughout our teenage years. We created a brotherhood that will last a lifetime no matter the distance or the different paths that our lives will take. The Verb became a second home, a place for us students to develop as young men with and for others.

Now in my third year back at home I have seen all the long hours and hard work that everyone at Verb endures. Constantly seeking to grow not just for ourselves, but also for the students. The constant theme is not, how I can make this situation better for me, but rather how can this situation be better for the students. It is this passion and love that I see on daily basis that makes me want to grow and become a better person for everyone around me. It makes me appreciate what my teachers and the staff did for my family and me.

As the admissions season continues and we as a department start getting assistance from the teachers, staff, and students I notice that we all care about one another. We all pull together to ensure that any visiting student, or family has a memorable experience of the work that we are doing here. It does not matter if it is 70 students visiting or just one, the experience is equally as impactful as the next. Everyone on campus greets the visitors with a warm smile, a quick greeting, and every single time students and parents leave the Verb knowing that we are a family. Any prospective family leaves the campus with the feeling that this is not just a place of higher learning, but also a place of community – a family. Any student or family that visits will know that who we are and what we do.

WE ARE VERBUM DEI!

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