Mason, a rising 9th grader attending Carver's high school transition program


Describe your favorite memory at the Norwalk High School Summer Transition Program.

“The trip to the Maritime Aquarium. First, we went to see a movie about underwater nature, and then we went on a boat and caught crabs and zooplankton.”

Who is your role model?

“I look up to my dad because he also played football in high school and I hope to be just like him. I practice with him a lot.”

What do you want to be when you grow up?

“I want to be in the NFL but if that doesn’t work out, I’d want to be a cop.”

What is your biggest dream?

“I’d want to create something that’s useful and helpful to the community.”

Describe an accomplishment that you’re proud of.

“I made a goal to make honors all four quarters throughout all my middle school years and I accomplished it.”

What’s the most important lesson that you’ve learned at this program?

“To stay on top of my assignments and be organized.”

How would you describe this program to someone who doesn’t know what it is?

“It makes you a lot less worried for high school.”