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Best & Brightest: Caroline Page, Westminster Schools of Augusta

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SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Senior Class treasurer, Beta Club vice President, Latin Club president, head of Veteran’s Day Society, National Honors Society, National Beta Elevate Leadership Lab, Swim Team, member of the Academic Committee

AWARDS AND HONORS: Nationally Commended Scholar on the PSAT/NMSQT, AP Scholar with Honors, Second Place and Second Place speaker National Forensics League GISA AAA State, Public Forum, Gold Medal on the National Latin Exam, Perfect Score on the National Greek Exam, Optimist Club Essay Contest Winner, Science Olympiad

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES: Global Health Organization volunteer on Medical Mission Trip to Somatillo, Nicaragua; Cornerstone Staff at Spring Canyon Conference Center, Veterans Hospital volunteer, library volunteer, Latin tutor, head of Veteran’s Day Committee

COLLEGE/CAREER: Caroline plans to attend Georgia Institute of Technology or the University of Virginia to become a physician.

OF NOTE: Caroline enjoys reading, playing piano and hanging out with friends.

NOMINATOR’S NOTE: “Caroline undertakes numerous extracurricular activities. Two time-consuming activities, for example, have included lifeguard manager of a local pool and head of the Veteran’s Day Society, which sponsored an elaborate program for veterans in our community and among our alumni. Everything that she undertakes is characterized by a high level of competence and by her lack of self-promotion.” – Randall Nichols, chair, Foreign Language Department

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