Annabelle – September Student of the Month.

Posted By Fred Wittenberger


Annabelle served as the Vice President of Membership Development of FBLA and DECA as a junior, and now serves as president of the organization.  She is a three time national and international qualifier in FBLA & DECA and has had the opportunity to travel across the country to compete in the categories of financial math, economics, and marketing communications.  Annabelle is a member of the Math Team and National Honor Society earning the Spade Award for academic achievement during her junior year at the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony.  After this past round of AP exams, Annabelle earned the title AP Scholar with Distinction.  After her senior year, she will have taken 13 AP courses, 5 honors, and 1 CAPP course.

Annabelle has given back to her community by volunteering her time tutoring elementary school students, volunteering at food shelters, volunteering in the HUHS Writing Center, and participating in community service projects as a part of the FBLA & DECA Club.  She works on weekends as an event coordinator at Terrace 167, a wedding and event venue.  During the week, Annabelle works as a receptionist and cashier at Gordie Boucher Ford.

Annabelles’ post-high school plans include attending college and majoring in actuarial science.  At this point, the university she will be attending is still unknown, as she has many factors to weigh in on.  Following her actuarial exams, she hopes to build a successful career working as an actuary for insurance agencies in Chicago.

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