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Why These Three Siblings Say The Malvern School Supported Their Love of Learning and Sports

Robbie Grayston, 18, Isabella Fuller, 13 and Christian Fuller, 9, all began their academic careers at The Malvern School of Glen Mills. Today, they are standouts in the classroom and in sports – two areas where the school influenced their growth and development.

Meet Robbie

After graduating earlier this year from Rustin High School as an Honor Roll student, Robbie is currently a freshman at West Chester University. Having been part of DECA – a program to prepare emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in high schools and colleges around the globe for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management – he is studying to become an accountant or business manager.

Robbie’s real passion is soccer. He says he’ll never forget playing in the soccer field at The Malvern School and how the opportunity and encouragement of teachers helped fuel his love of the sport. He went on to play on several teams growing up, including the Rustin High School varsity soccer team – where he was named First Team All-League – and the West Chester Penn Fusion club team.

What’s more? Robbie says his friendships that began at The Malvern School lasted through high school.

Meet Isabella

Isabella, who is in middle school, says her favorite subject is math and that when she grows up, she wants to be a doctor and help people feel better.

She remembers The Malvern School teachers helping her learn things that would help her in school.

At only 13, she has received a leadership award, an Academic Achievement Award for earning straight As and a sports award.

Outside of school, she’s an All-Star Cheerleader – making her impressive all-around. 

Meet Christian

Like his older siblings, one of the things Christian liked the most about The Malvern School was his favorite teacher, Ms. Jen, lead Kindergarten teacher. He remembers her and other teachers helping him learn skills that he’s now putting to use in elementary school.

And while Christian is on the soccer team now, he also counted the basketball courts among his favorite things at The Malvern School.

Today, Christian’s favorite subjects in school are math and science, and he wants to be a motorcycle police officer when he grows up.

Dream big, and keep up the great work!


This blog is part of a “Where Are They Now?” series featuring Malvern School alumni in honor of The Malvern School celebrating 20 years of excellence in 2018.

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