Julian Reid, Graduate
"At my old school, the classes were very big. I have always had ADHD. It was easy to get distracted, and I lost focus a lot of times.
"Wye River makes learning less intimidating, especially for people with learning differences. I mean, smaller classes, you have less kids that are distracting and a better student and teacher ratio. I also learned better ways to study instead of just doing everything at once--taking things in small chunks.
"I grew as a musician here and became more confident in my performing. We were in the same classes and friend group, and we had the chance to play music together. I also got to experience recording in a studio."
Julian Reid, currently a senior at The University of Valley Forge, will be graduating with a degree in music production. He plays the piano and drums professionally.