President of Huntington High School’s Class of 2021, Taylor Case is leaving behind an impressive record of achievement as she prepares to head off to the University of Delaware.
Ms. Case is this year’s recipient of the Josten’s Leadership Scholarship, which includes a $200 stipend. Josten’s is Huntington High School’s ring company.
An Advanced Placement Scholar, Ms. Case was inducted into the National Honor Society and the English Honor Society. She played a key role around the school and was repeatedly elected by her classmates to student government office.
Balance. It’s an important word and concept in Ms. Case’s life. She believes that finding and keeping a “balance between academics and social activities” has been “extremely important” to her success, which includes being named a Distinguished Senior.
Sports, clubs, business classes, a wonderful circle of friends and her work with the student government were all fulfilling and kept Ms. Case very busy, along with a full slate of Advanced Placement courses.
The teenager considers running on the Blue Devil varsity cross country team to be one of the highlights of her life these past four years. Being the CEO of her Virtual Enterprise class company was another exciting and enjoyable experience that Ms. Case won’t soon forget.
The new Huntington alum is taking aim as majoring in business/marketing at the University of Delaware.