SALISBURY GENTLEMAN sterling gregg '20 SHARES HIS STORY of life on the hilltop
While attending Salisbury I have learned how to become more outspoken and become a gentleman.
Salisbury has helped me voice my opinion in class and at other places at school (sporting events, in the dorm, and in the dining hall). I believe because of the all-boys environment you are free to express your opinions and thoughts without thinking about it. In addition, Salisbury has shown me what it means to be a gentleman, whether it is holding a door for a peer or helping a friend when he is in need. I have learned to truly care for the man next to me because he is my brother, and as brothers we have to be united as one.
My favorite place on campus is my dorm. I feel like this is where we create unique bonds with one another. In the dorm you learn about the different cultures people come from, and you get to enjoy your journey at Salisbury with them. In the dorm is where you truly create lifelong friendships and bonds that you cannot find anywhere else.
My Favorite class is my history class with Mr. Dudley. This is my favorite class because I love learning about the history of the United States, as well as enjoying a good class discussion with my peers and Mr. Dudley. During U.S. history class, we have a good time learning about current events and past events, which makes the class interesting because we can see how laws and amendments made years ago effect our lives today.