Congratulations, Caroline Daniel of Douglas S. Freeman High School, Center for Leadership, Government, and Global Economics , Lexus of Richmond’s Leadership Award Scholarship week 10 nominee!
Caroline scored a 1560 out of a possible 1600 on the SAT’s, a 790 out of 800 on the SAT Math 2, and a 780 out of 800 on the SAT US History. With a current GPA of 4.54, she is a member of the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, and Mu Alpha Theta. Following junior year, Caroline received the honor of an AP Distinguished Scholar having scored 5 perfect scores on her AP Tests.
While attending Douglas Freeman, Caroline has been a member of the varsity field hockey team since 2014 as a defensive center midfielder. As a senior, she was named a co-captain for the team. In 2016, she was selected for the 1st Team All Conference and the All Academic Team. Since 2015, she has been on the Strikers Club Field Hockey team, and is a co-captain for the 2017 season. Caroline also swam for Freeman during her freshman and sophomore years and played lacrosse as a freshman.
For her senior year, Caroline is a Co-Editor in Chief of her school newspaper, The Commentator. In this role, she manages story assignments, approves page layouts, and sends the paper to the printer among other duties. Having been a part of Freeman’s Spanish Club since 2014, she has taken on the roles of Historian, Vice President and now President. She has been a peer tutor since 9th grade in a program called Wake Up Wednesdays. Caroline is a member of Freeman’s organization, Real Talk. This group discusses various hot button topics that many young people are often afraid to speak on.
Having a strong volunteer presence, Caroline has been involved in numerous causes. She is a volunteer piano teacher for elementary aged students through a program called Musical Mondays. Since the summer of 2016, Caroline has been volunteering for St. Mary’s Hospital. Additionally, she has been involved with the Richmond Folk Festival and Little Feet Meet.
Caroline is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship.
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