When you think of a leader, some words that come to mind are: responsible, understanding, approachable, intelligent, and dedicated. These adjectives perfectly describe senior, Maggie Rosenblatt.
Between various clubs and challenging classes, Maggie had a full plate. As a student at IHA, Maggie has truly excelled in leadership. Spending time as the president of Model UN, the treasurer of JSA, vice president of National Honor Society, and as a Eucharistic Minister, it is clear that she is heavily involved in the school community.
Maggie has not only excelled in extracurriculars, but also in the classroom. Last year, she took what she describes as the hardest class at IHA–AP chemistry–and this year she has a challenging schedule including Honors Calculus, Honors Anatomy, and Law.
Looking back at the past four years, Maggie recommends that freshman girls really make an effort to develop good study habits within their first year. She also reflects on her choice to attend IHA rather than her town’s public high school and is pleased with her decision. In an interview, she says, “I had more opportunities here and I made good friends that I’ll actually help.”
Maggie is one of the kindest, most approachable members of the senior class. No matter what, she is always willing to help others, and is extremely easy to talk to. She is a role model for others.
Next year, she looks forward to taking her leadership skills to Fordham University where she will be majoring in Economics in the Pre-Law program. The entire IHA community wishes Maggie the best of luck!
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