I began my education in Clawson Michigan, attending Paul A. Schalm elementary school. I then attended Clawson Middle School for one year before moving to Lake Orion Michigan, where I attended Waldon Middle school for the second two years of middle school. I have two sisters, one older and one younger, making me the middle child of three girls. I grew up close to my family and with a book in my hand. I was always reading, and when I was not, I found myself around my sisters or cousins.
Now, in my senior year of high school, I have been working at Hollister Co. at Great Lakes Crossing as an associate for over a year. My first formal job has helped me understand my work ethic and what I need to do to complete tasks in a job environment. Unlike babysitting, working in a retail environment has taught me people managing skills, drive, and the ability to work with co-workers. I am currently involved with Lake Orion Lacrosse; I am a goalie and have been playing since my sophomore year. Unfortunately, with the pandemic, I was unable to complete a season last year. I also participate in Forensics at the high school. I have been competing in Forensics since eight grade and have been continuing to develop my skills since. Forensics has taught me advanced speaking skills, which include pronunciation, timing, and delivery. Throughout high school I have been able to manage a 4.202 GPA. Every quarter of my high school career I have been able to make the honor roll. I try my hardest to take the most advanced classes, completing 7 honors classes and 7 ap classes throughout all high school.
After Graduating high school, I plan on attending Northern Michigan University and studying English as my major. I plan on becoming an author. I wish to write many books and poems though out my life. My goal is to become an English professor and a well-established member of the literary community. I wish to provide literature for all people, writing stories that anyone could enjoy. I believe literature is falling out of our society and I would like to re-invigorate the youth with the power of reading.