Hey there! I will be graduating from PHC this coming May with a degree in Government (even though I have no plans to work in the government, awkward). I grew up in a small town called Pelham near Birmingham, Alabama. Even though I played nearly every sport you can think of growing up, I was horrible at all of them. So! I decided to spend high school participating in speech and debate through the NCFCA and Stoa.
Here’s a few fun facts about me: I’ve dressed up as Cupid and delivered Valentines cards for the last two Valentine’s Days, last summer I traveled around the United States for a month and a half with no money, I was almost named Alfonzo, and I’m also an excellent dove impersonator.
While it might sound a little cliché, I can honestly say that PHC Teen Camps have changed my life. I was a camper myself back in 2012. Over that summer, I learned so much and laughed until I cried, and I formed friendships that are still alive and well six years later. I also worked as a counselor for the past two summer, and during that time, I have repeatedly seen God change the lives of so many students.
I’ve never experienced anything quite like Teen Camps before. It’s a special opportunity where learning, friendship and the power of story come together to make a life-changing experience. I hope you come see for yourself why it’s so special!
Hi friends! I’m a graduating senior and am so, so excited to be coming back for my second year of Teen Camps. I’m a Virginian by birth, though I spent eight years of my life living in Colorado and the UK. I have a severe case of wanderlust and spend much of my free time looking up pictures of places all over the world that I want to go, but can’t afford to. When I’m not daydreaming about being a globetrotter, I love to read, explore new genres of music, participate in college mock trial, and spend time with my best friends.