A Message from Adam Greenberg
Learn to be yourself. That is how I would sum up my experience at St. George's High School. As a kid, I was always hungry to entertain. So much so, that I usually ended up fulfilling that need as the class clown. In an organized way, being the class clown was promoted by most of my teachers – they taught me the right time and place. So much so, that one of the pieces of advice from St. George's that resonated with me the most was from Mr. Officer who told me, "You'll never remember the Grade 9 math test that you failed, but you'll always remember the game winning shot, or your time on stage in front of an audience." He couldn't have been more right.
It's that attitude that has led me to pursue my passion as an entertainer. At St. George's, I developed the ability to identify what I love at an early age and work incredibly hard at that. I'm so proud to say that today, I'm a radio host on The Beat 92.5 since 2011, I have travelled and performed all around the world, and I continue to work as hard as possible to maintain a career in entertainment.
When I was asked to be the Alumni Representative on the Board of Directors for St. George's, those are the memories that got me most excited. It made me realize that I will have an opportunity to get involved with the students and give them some insight. My message to all the students is to start to unravel the layers of who you are and make stand-out memories that lead you to understand what you love about life. You are in the perfect place for identifying your own individuality, so really embrace that.
Class of 2004
Alumni Representative to the Board
St. George’s School of Montreal