Adila Siddiqi Baig ’89, DDS
1. What is your fondest memory of St. Paul’s School for Girls?
I had many fond memories at SPSG. Morning prayers were a great way to start the day. I enjoyed all the hymns we would sing. Senior year was probably my most memorable year. I was co-editor of the yearbook. It was a lot of hard work but a great experience. Many of my good friends were also in the yearbook club so I got to spend many long hours with them, picking out the layout and pictures. In the end, when yearbooks came out, it was very gratifying to present it to the school at morning assembly.
2. How did your SPSG experience influence the person you are today?
SPSG really prepared me for college. The small class size gave us a feeling of comfort and individual attention. SPSG teachers, coaches and counselors gave us a lot of help, support and guidance. They instilled in us the self-confidence needed to achieve success. They gave us the courage to dare, the knowledge to excel and the belief that we could succeed.