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Gianni Ridolfi '20

What activities are you involved in at Berwick? Are there any activities you pursue off campus?
I am a member of the Varsity Golf and Baseball teams. I play and perform music on campus and I am actively pursuing the guitar off campus as well.

What is something that makes Berwick unique?
One of the most unique parts of my Berwick experience has been the openness and encouragement to take leadership positions around campus. In addition, there are also student-lead roles that both my peers and I have taken part in that allow for ideas less directed by faculty.

What made Berwick stand out in your high school process?
Berwick stood out to me because of the strong sense of community. It is important to me to see the way kids look up to each other, whether they are in the Lower, Middle, or Upper School and create strong relationships.

What aspects of the structure at Berwick allow you to thrive as a student and community member?
The idea of a teacher's office having an open door helps me thrive immensely. This not only means going to talk with a teacher for class-related material as a student but also in a friendly way as a member of the school community.

What are the top three things on your Berwick bucket list?
1.) To make a lasting impression, 2.) slow down and enjoy the entire year, 3.) create long-lasting relationships 


Berwick Academy

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