Greetings! My name is Bryce Weber, and I am a freshman here at Presbyterian College. Having attended Holy Innocents’, one of Atlanta’s private high schools, I was very familiar with the power of small class sizes and close faculty-student relationships. This warm environment helped me to develop a curiosity about the world and a passion for learning. Thus, the more I delved into the college search process, the clearer it became that I really needed a small liberal arts college. In short, I found that Presbyterian College had all that I was searching for: small class sizes, excellent faculty members, a friendly student body, challenging academics and a beautiful, historic campus.
Currently, I intend to major in history. I love learning about the world around me, and history gives valuable insights into how our modern world came to be. After graduation, I would like to either attend law school or teach. At the college, I play violin in the orchestra as well as participating in PC Ringers (handbells). Music at Presbyterian is wonderful because we perform at a high-level while being open to majors of all stripes and colors. Our ensembles are a great place to build meaningful relationships and challenge oneself musically. Did I forget to mention that PC is sending the PC Ringers to Philadelphia this spring?