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EHS names student of the week

Q. In what grade are you currently enrolled?

A. I am currently enrolled in the 12th grade at Emmaus High School.

Q. Please provide the first names of your family members: parents, siblings and pets.

A. Tankwa, Virginie, Gailelle, Ange, Lency, Andrea and Julia.

Q. What is your favorite subject? Why?

A. My favorite subject is science because I love learning scientific concepts and the ways the body and the earth work.

Q. Are you involved in any extracurricular activities? How has being involved in these organizations impacted your high school experience?

A. I am currently involved in the Hornet Ambassadors and Key Club and also participate in competitive dance outside of school. These organizations impacted my high school experience in such a positive way and helped me to find so much good in the world and a joy for helping people. In these organizations I get to help my community and leave a positive impact on future generations.

Q. What do you consider your biggest challenge to date?

A. My biggest challenge to date is filling my schedule with so many things that it can be very hard to manage but I always try my best to stay positive and be grateful I even have the opportunity to further my education because many people do not.

Q. What is your next goal after high school?

A. My next goal after high school is to attend college and major in either biology or health science to become a physician assistant.

Q. Whom do you admire? Why?

A. I admire my parents because they immigrated to this country and worked so very hard to provide me and my siblings an abundant life with many opportunities and always push me to do my very best in every aspect of life.

Q. For what would you like to be remembered?

A. I would like to be remembered as someone who is kind, compassionate and does their best to help others.

Q. Do you have any advice for your peers?

A. A piece of advice for my peers is if you work hard in life nothing is out of reach and to work hard now to make it easier for you later in life.