Senior Spotlight: Rehann

Leading up to Graduation, we will be highlighting members of the Class of 2020. Although Seniors all over the world have had their final year impacted by this pandemic, Lincoln School has a number of plans in place to honor the efforts of our graduating Seniors. Today one of our longest serving Snow Leopards, Rehann S, is in the spotlight!

Rehann first joined Lincoln in 2011 as a 4th grader, and it has been an honor watching him grow and develop into the young man he is! Like Ayusha, his spirit animal is a panda, as he “Can relate to their docile yet curious traits.” In his 9 years of being at Lincoln, Rehann pinpoints what he most enjoyed: “SAISA Volleyball Practices always held a special place in my heart, since being part of that team was one of the best experiences of my life. Not only did I grow close to all the boys in the team, I will always admire the passion shown by the coaches.” In fact, Rehann has a special shout out for Coach Sam Davis: “I would like to thank Mr. Sam Davis. As a coach and as a teacher, Mr. Davis was able to display himself as an exceptional male role model for all the boys in Lincoln. I feel extremely grateful for all the knowledge he has passed down to me, whether it be in sports or academics, and I wish him the best for the future.”

Currently, Rehann says, “I miss being able to spend time with my friends and teachers as it something I feel we all take for granted now.” However, he also states that he loves the freedom and flexibility with how he can submit his assignments during online learning. One teacher Rehann would like to change places with is Mr. Knox. “In my Junior year, I was in two of Mr. Knox’s classes, and the amount of content I learned was really eye opening and inspiring. I would like to trade places with him so I could do my best to help other students in Lincoln as well.”

Some advice Rehann would like to pass onto the younger students at Lincoln is: “I really want to encourage the younger students to be resilient and driven in their academic endeavors. Interruptions such as this virus and many more disturbances may occur in the future, but it is important to face such adversity with the determination to come out on top.”

Thank you for being such a great Snow Leopard, Rehann. We are all so proud of you!