Student Spotlight: Christelle Omeler

The South Lancaster Academy Pioneer recently sat down with new student, Christelle Omeler and asked her a few questions.

Q: How do you like SLA?

A: “I really like it so far. It’s a huge difference from Browning.  The classes are a lot more difficult and it’s a lot busier with less time to get things done.”

Q: Who’s your favorite SLA teacher?

A: “Mrs. Brahmia because she’s upfront and tells it like it is. At the beginning, she didn’t know all our names and she didn’t try to lie about it. I really like the fact that she’s honest.”

Photo Courtesy of Nakeyah Williams

Q: Is freshman year turning out to be what you thought it would be?

A: “No, it’s definitely harder than I thought. It’s a big adjustment from Browning.”

Q: What’s your favorite TV show and movie?

A: “Arthur[she interjects without hesitation] and Armageddon, it’s like a Christian movie about the end times. It’s really good.”

Q: What’s one thing you’re scared of?

A: “Waking up in the middle of the night and my whole family and everything I know being gone.”

Q: What are three things you would use to describe yourself?

A: “[she pauses] Shy, Reader, Animal Lover.”

Q: What’s one thing you would do to make SLA a better place?

A: “I would change chapel. It would be more spiritual and there would be a better ceremony where people would actually get the chance to be closer to God. I would do more events so it wouldn’t be as social as it is now, but more spiritual.”

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Posted on September 6, 2012, in News, Top Stories and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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