Alexis ScottAlexis Scott, Hampstead Hill Academy (HHA) K-8 student, 2009-18

City College ‘2022

Top 5% of graduating class, IB Diploma and State of Maryland Diploma

 

Attends New York University, Tisch School of the Arts/Clive Davis Institute

Major: Recorded Music 

GPA: 3.7, Performer in 2023 End-of-Semester Showcase 

Career plans: Work in the music industry as a performer

Q: How did attending a BCP school prepare you for high school and college?

A: The level of difficulty of the work at HHA helped me figure out what to expect from a school like City. HHA also helped me learn how to form meaningful connections with both my teachers and peers. I still keep in contact with people I’ve known since elementary school and teachers who taught me in middle and high school. 

Q: What is your favorite memory of HHA?

A: My best memories from my time at HHA mostly revolve around 7th and 8th grade when I was a part of the drama club. Being a theater kid in middle school launched me into being a choir kid in high school, which caused my already large love of the world of music to grow. 

 

Congratulations, Alexis! We’re proud of all you are accomplishing!

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