Senior Spotlight: Dominick Lioce '18

Posted by Rebecca Moore - 15 May, 2018

IMG_0002Each senior class is made up of students with diverse interests and talents. The School has left its mark on them and they on it. In the little time we have left together, we'd like to offer some portraits of our seniors, to show how they have benefited from their time at Randolph and are prepared for what's next.

Do you remember your first day at Randolph?

My first day in school here was the first day of Kindergarten at Randolph with many of the people who I am graduating with this year. I had Mrs. Adams, who was so nice and a great teacher. 

What has the Honor Code meant to you?

The Honor Code is really just another set of morals that are good to live by, no matter where you are.

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What did you learn about yourself through the college process?

I have learned that I like living in the south a lot, and that when I get to college (Auburn's Samuel Ginn College of Engineering), I will be a guppy in a very big pond. 

What activities have you been involved in?

Varsity Baseball vs Madison Academy - Senior Night - 6292292I played football for the last five years [We pulled Dominick into one of our Facebook Live broadcasts last summer, "How to Build a Team,"], tennis for freshman and sophomore years, and lacrosse for the last eight years. I also made my debut on a baseball field this year.

Where can you be found when not in class?

During my free periods, there’s a very good chance you'd find me in the library.

What should people know about Randolph?

This is the only place that I have ever been where you can form so many lifelong relationships, whether  with students or faculty members.

Favorite school tradition?

My favorite school tradition is singing the alma mater after a win at the football games. You really get a sense of the pride in being a Raider.

Best memory?

My favorite Randolph memory is from this year when we beat Madison County in football for the first time ever. Over the past four years, it's been one of our biggest rivalry games.

How has Randolph left its mark on you?

Quite literally, Randolph has taught me everything I know. Randolph made me into the man I am today and prepared me for what's ahead.

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Topics: baseball, football, Freedom, Kindergarten, lifers, Seniors

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