Tusculum is the place to go if you know you're good and you want to make a name for yourself. It worked for me. There is definitely a "leadership class" of students at Tusculum, maybe about 15%, who are involved in everything. These kids "work" 60-80 hour weeks between classes, sports, and student events. Many of them won't mind letting you know they're part of this group either. It's common to overhear students who fit this description sharing their hectic schedules and talking about how great they are.
The administration is very student focused and friendly; the President knew my name and would say hello as we passed on the sidewalk. However, they also work hard to protect the school's reputation with the Presbyterian Church and the local community. Student voices are often muted if it would cause any riff.
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