School: Revere High School
School district: Revere Local
Grade level: Senior
Grade-point average: 3.73
College choice: I'm still considering my options. But I plan to double major in public health and history and am very excited.
School activities: I currently participate in Mock Trial, Write On, concert band, Spectrum, International Club, National Honor Society, Think Tank, Kids4Kids, Ecology Club and other groups.
Community service: I like to serve the community through private tutoring, volunteering at park, school and religious events, and one of my favorite places, Montrose Zion United Methodist Church, where we do monthly and annual service projects. Service is a big part of our religion. We truly care about and try to understand the best way to aid the people we are fortunate enough to meet.
Honors and awards: National Honor Society; nominated to represent Ohio at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.; honor roll, represented Revere at Summit County conference; offered the Presidential Scholarship from one of the colleges I applied to.
Describe yourself in three words: Loving, curious, passionate
What is your favorite high school memory? There have been so many people that shaped my life these past years. I just love seeing them happy. My favorite memories were when I was able to make them laugh with my stories in Write On.
What’s your favorite class and why? AP Government was a really engaging class. We discussed current events every day and were able to feel we had a voice in our political system.
How do you enjoy spending your time outside of school? I love writing, being outside, taking photographs and spending time with my loved ones.
What’s on your playlist? There's everything; Queen, Beyonce, pop, some old Soul Train clips, Regina Spektor, worship songs and musicals.
What’s your favorite book? "Anna Karenina" by Leo Tolstoy
What is your ideal career? Museum curator who writes novels and teaches in underserved communities in her free time.
Most people would be surprised to know that you are a … Twin
What’s the biggest issue facing teenagers today? Everyone has different struggles but I think a lot of teens are under pressure to make perfect grades, while also securing enough money for the rising costs of college. We live in one of the busiest societies in history, so may feel like we have to do it all. But I've seen people miss out on some of the best parts of adolescence because of this. It's really unfortunate.