What was your most interesting class?
I have been in the film program with my teacher Scott Seraydarian ’90 for two years and made many films, including a dance film and several narratives. Film is a great creative outlet for me. Scott has taught me how to capture beautiful images of everyday life in a camera and how to edit on Final Cut Pro. There is always something new to learn.
Describe an exciting moment at George School.
I played Daisy Hilton in our production of Side Show, a musical about the conjoined Hilton sisters, who were vaudeville stars in the 1930s and ‘40s. I had never been in a musical before, and it was so fun. I was able to sing while learning a lot about theater, and I also got to work with an incredible cast and crew, who worked hard to make the show the success that it was.
What is it like to live in a dorm?
It’s like a sleepover with all your friends every night—with schoolwork. If you’re shy, it’s easier to socialize with people in the dorm, to get to know them and build tight friendships.
Describe a quintessential George School moment.
When we’re singing the George School hymn, everybody shouts the words “George School” at the top of their lungs.
More about Lauren:
As a junior, Lauren was a peer group leader, helping immerse new students in the George School community. She is the music director of the a cappella club, which sings at open mics and the choral assembly.