Lifer Profiles

Isabella Nielson (Class of 2017)

Lifer Profile: Isabella Nielson

 Lifer Isabella Nielson (Class of 2017) attended Southpointe from Grades K through 12. She tells us what Southpointe and being a Titan mean to her…

I have been at Southpointe since 2002. It’s hard to believe that my last 15 years, that I have spent at Southpointe will be a part of my past from next week.

From my kindergarten production of “The 3 Little Pigs” to working on “The Diary of Anne Frank”, Model UN, Duke of Edinburgh and many international trips, Southpointe has given me unique opportunities and experiences to explore myself and my future. One of the things I love about being a Titan is that the small Southpointe community helped create strong connections between my peers and teachers. I know that these connections will continue to grow long past my time here at Southpointe.

Next year I will be attending the University of Washington in Seattle majoring in Community, Environment and Urban Planning. I look forward to becoming a Husky but Southpointe will always be a place I call home.

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