Sana Amin likes a good challenge. She sets her sights high and enjoys pursuing lofty goals. The Huntington High School junior is a high achiever. But she’s only just begun.
Ms. Amin is one of the top students academically in Huntington’s Class of 2023. She’s a vibrant, articulate and intellectually gifted young woman who has developed many strong and satisfying relationships with classmates and teachers.
The teenager has been studying in Huntington UFSD since kindergarten. Her junior year academic schedule includes classes in Advanced Placement US History, AP Biology, AP English Language and Composition, Regents Physics, Pre-Calculus Honors and Spanish IV Honors.
“I’ve been looking forward to AP Biology with Mrs. [Deborah] Beck and Regents Physics with Mrs. [Amelia] Saggese,” Ms. Amin said.
The junior said she plans to continue participating Key Club, Natural Helpers and the environmental club. “I’m looking to get more involved in the community and help where I can,” Ms. Amin said.
The teenager is already beginning to turn an eye toward the future. “This year, I’m excited to start touring colleges, deciding on a career and learning to drive,” Ms. Amin said. “I’m glad to be joining new clubs this year, including Habitat for Humanity and going to school in person again.”
Last summer, Ms. Amin spent time with her family and friends. “I also went on a camping trip in an RV to Woodstock and Lake George,” she said.
Ms. Amin is already looking at the pre-med programs at Boston University, Georgetown University and Binghamton University.
“My overall experience in Huntington UFSD has been very rewarding,” Ms. Amin said. “I have met so many new people through various clubs as well as classes I’ve taken. All my teachers have been very helpful and supportive throughout my academic career.”