Ronja+Bosy

Photo courtesy of Ronja Bosy

Ronja Bosy

Senior Ronja Bosy came to the United States from Fredrikstad, Norway.

Senior Ronja Bosy grew up in Fredrikstad, Norway and has never been a part of an exchange program until she arrived to Texas in early August, ready to spend an entire year in a new school and with a host family. Bosy said that she has always dreamed of coming to the U.S for different experiences.

“I’ve always loved the American culture,” Bosy said. “I really wanted to be a part of [an] American high school and [the] high school spirit.”

In Norway, Bosy was a member of both choir and theatre. She said that one of the main reasons she came to the U.S was to experience American theatre and choir.

“I really like [theatre here],” Bosy said. “It’s much more professional than theatres in Norway. [Choir] is more challenging. It [has] harder songs to learn. I feel like I can grow more.”

Staying in an unfamiliar country with complete strangers can sound a little intimidating, but Bosy said that she has enjoyed every moment so far with her host family.

“I love it,” Bosy said. “They are the best host family I could ever dream of. We are really similar in a lot of ways but we are also different so we learn from each other. I couldn’t have gotten a better host family.”

After she finishes high school in Norway, Bosy said that she wants to come back to the United States.

“I really want to [come back] to the U.S and I want to study musical theatre,” Bosy said. “My dream school is in New York, it’s called The American Musical and Dramatic Academy. It’s really hard to get in, but I really want to try.”

 

 

The Wolfpack • Copyright 2020 • FLEX WordPress Theme by SNOLog in