Kelsey Fitchett's Territory/Population
North Carolina - Triad area (Greensboro, Winston-Salem); South (Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee)
Kelsey Fitchett's High Schools
Adult High School Diploma; C M Stevens Ind Edu Center; Friendship Christian School; Longview School; Sanderson High School; Southeast Raleigh High School; The Fletcher Academy; The Trilogy School; Wake Early College of Health and Sciences; William G Enloe High School; Word of God Christian Academy
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Question: What is your favorite Meredith tradition, memory or experience?Answer: My favorite Meredith tradition is Alice. This tradition occurs every 4 years and was started back in 1924 by faculty who put on their own version of Lewis Carroll's play Alice in Wonderland in order to entertain students. I love this tradition because all of the faculty and staff get involved, and students do not know who is playing what part until the night of the show. It is also hilarious and very entertaining, with a twist of modern-day satire and humor that creates and strengthens the student-faculty bond.
Question: Do you have a personal connection to Meredith?Answer: I am an alumna of the class of 2012.
Question: What would be your one piece of advice for students engaged in the college search process?Answer: My one piece of advice for students engaged in the college search process would be to visit several different college campuses. I believe that the best way to find out whether or not a school is the right fit for you is to visit the campus, talk with an admissions counselor, and even sit in on a class. You will never get the true feel of a college until you step foot on its campus. When I began my college search process, I visited Meredith College and sat in on a class; that is when I knew it was the right school for me. I would also encourage you to visit several different types of campuses (big, small, urban, rural, etc.) just to make sure you have explored all of your options!
Question: Why Meredith?Answer: I believe the individualized attention students receive, as well as the unity-oriented campus life, are what really make Meredith stand out. The faculty and staff really get to know the students on a personal level, which fosters a comfortable and close learning atmosphere where students have the ability to excel and succeed in their classes. The traditions at Meredith also create a very unified campus life that promotes a strong sense of school spirit and sisterhood.