The 2019 Homecoming Queen Is….

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The five nominees for Homecoming Queen this year are:

 

Jenna Cooley

Jenna Cooley is the Co-President of both Chinese Club and Literary Magazine Club as well as the treasurer for the Mixed Choir. She participates in Concert Choir, Women’s Ensemble, Peer Tutoring, National Honors Society, and is president of National Chinese Honor Society.  She is a pianist and has performed in many venues including Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall and Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center. She has also won various competitions in the Tristate Area. She does weekly performances at Heath Village and teaches lessons to kids. She has been recognized for her writing in the Wellesley Book Awards and Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.

Lauren Davies 

Lauren Davies is a senior at WMC.

Sophie Defaria

Sophie Defaria is a team captain on WMC’s varsity volleyball team, where she was awarded MVP twice! This is also her fourth year on the Atlantic Valley Volleyball Club’s national team. In addition to volleyball, she participates in several clubs. She is a member of REACH, Highlanders for Humanity, French Honors Society, and National Honors society. She volunteers her time by peer tutoring and doing Relay for Life. This summer she taught English at a foster care in Brazopolis, Brazil. 

Bree Harm

Bree Harm is a student at Dance Dynamics. She is also studying cosmetology and has a permit and an airbrush makeup certificate. She even provides complementary services in a cosmetology clinic. Bree works at Megan Elizabeth’s Hair Studio and Alstede Farms. She is an advocate for LGBTQ youth, helping to organize a group and participating in WMC’s GSA club. She has been on the honor roll and presents a scholarship in memory of her brother.  

Julia Trethaway

Julia Trethaway is a team captain on WMC’s cross country team. She has won many awards, including NJ Indoor Track Athlete of the Year in 2018 and the school record for the 3200 meter. Besides cross country and track, she is the co-president of Highlanders for Humanity and participates in REACH and History Club. She is in National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society. She is a certified lifeguard at the Chester Pool. She also volunteers her time as a counselor for Vacation Bible School and Youth Cross Country Camp.

 

WMC’s 2019 Homecoming Queen is Julia Trethaway!

 

 

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