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    What advice would you give to a student thinking about coming to Thacher?

    The biggest piece of advice I would give to an incoming student at Thacher is to take advantage of all the opportunities that Thacher has to offer. Play a sport you have always wanted to try. Learn a new language. Act in the play. Ride a horse. It is rare to come across a place with so many opportunities that people with no prior experience can take advantage of. No one one at Thacher will ever judge you for your ability to do something. They will only be supportive and help you get better at whatever you wish to do. 


    What is your favorite Thacher tradition?

    My favorite Thacher tradition is going on EDT’s. These camping trips are where I have made some of my best Thacher memories. Going into the wilderness with your friends and teachers causes everyone to form a deep bond. It is not only fun but also fulfilling. Even though some parts of these trips can be hard, I look back on every single one of them fondly. 
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