Morgan Haley

Q: What have you learned from being a part of Hun Middle School? 

A: I’ve learned how to ask for help when I am struggling and to advocate for myself.


Q: What are you looking forward to most about Upper School?  

A:I am looking forward to the cool science labs I’ll have and the NextTerm experience.


Q: Name a few extracurriculars that are you eager to get involved in. 

A: I am eager to join the Black Student Union and Diversity Club. 


Q: In what ways has Hun Middle School prepared you to enter high school? 

A: The Hun Middle school has prepared me for high school by teaching me how to work effectively in a group and communicate my ideas with others in a positive manner.  


Q: Favorite Middle School memory? 

A: My favorite Middle School memory is when a group called The Dynamic Diplomats of Double Dutch visited Hun. I had a lot of fun jumping double dutch with my friends.


Q: What does being a part of the Hun community mean to you? 

A: To me, being a part of the Hun community means to be a part of something that is bigger than yourself. It means being a part of a community that lifts up and encourages others to do their best. 

Q: For those who don’t know, explain what The Hun Way is. 

A: The Hun Way is a week-long event filled with activities that occurs in September. Instead of focusing on academics, students get to form bonds with their classmates. The students also develop their social intelligence and cultural competency skills.


Q: What have you been involved in in Middle School that you plan to continue in the Upper School? 

A: One thing I’ve been involved in that I plan to continue in the Upper School is Diversity Club.


Q: What will you miss the most about Hun Middle School? 

A: Although I’ll still have the chance to see them, the thing that I will miss most about Hun Middle School are the kind and caring teachers.


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