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Student Spotlight on Ludivine Leroy

Sydney Curry
Photo of Stroudsburg French student Ludivine Leroy smiling and enjoying herself.

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy out of school?


I like to play tennis and dance out of school. I also enjoy cooking and baking at home.


Where are you from?


I am from Paris, in France.


What are your plans after high school?


After high school, I plan to study medicine in Lille, which is a city in France to become a pediatrician.


Do you speak any other languages than English?


My native language is French but I also learn English and German at school.


What is your passion in life?


I do not have a specific passion but I like watching Formula 1 with my dad.


What is your greatest strength?


I would say that my greatest strength would be that I am an open-minded person and I like to take care of people.


Which countries/places would you like to visit?


I would like to visit Senegal, Africa, Japan, Bali, and Hawaii… I like to travel a lot!


What is the most important lesson you have learned?


The most important lesson that I have learned and that I am still trying to learn is to stop caring about what other people might think of you. You have to live your life without always trying just to “fit in”.


What is unique about your personality?


 One thing that might be “unique” about my personality is that I am a really sensitive person, which helps me to take care of people and to be more attentive to other people’s feelings.


When you are old, what do you think children will ask you to tell stories about?


I think that when I become a mom, my children might ask me questions about which environment I grew up in or how was my teenage life. They might also ask how was my life different from the life that they would experience.


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