I have an inclination to take charge, delegate tasks, and make sure everything I am responsible for is completed and completed well. I do my best to model politeness, kindness, responsibility, and positive attitudes at all times, but especially in front of younger people. I am a librarian in Tri-M and a leader in the choir- Mr. Shelton often directs new students to me so I can help them find their place and become part of our group. I take charge at concerts for Tri-M and do everything I can to make sure the events are a success.
I have always worked hard to be a good scholar. School is important to me, and I am extremely driven towards success. I work to continue to grow and learn every day. My friends and classmates have nicknamed me such things as “the walking dictionary” and “the student teacher” because I have a desire to learn and to share my knowledge. I hope to someday continue to learn and pass on my knowledge as a teacher.
National Honor Society has interested me since sixth grade; I wanted to help make MSA a better place and to help plan our various events. Now, as a sophomore with a much better understanding of how NHS works and what it entails, I want to join more than ever. National Honor Society is a wonderful opportunity for me, and I hope I can participate in this elite