I am 5 feet tall and 5 inches and 130 pounds. I try to maintain a 4.0 GPA as much as possible, and so far I have succeeded in doing so. I am a current member of the National Honor Society. I was MVP my sophomore year. In that year, I picked up the javelin and 2 months later I competed at the P.I.A.A. state meet, made the county honor roll for the javelin and relay. My relay made the County Honor roll at 52.3. I also set the school record for most points in a single season, 190. I always try to set an example, I'm always the last one to leave because I have to try to be the best at everything I do. If I didn't throw what I expected that day, after practice I threw at home. I'm the current sprint captain. Our school policy is only the seniors can be captains, so I am not the captain of the team. Ever since I started throwing the javelin my sophomore year, I've wanted to throw in college. My dreams have changed in the past 5 years, first it was playing softball in college. I quit softball to compete in track. Now, I would like to throw the javelin in college. I would like to attend a division 1 or division 2 school close to home, like Pittsburgh or somewhere in Ohio. I am willing to go anywhere though. I will most likely apply for financial aid. My desired major is pre-med, however, I've also thought about majoring in biology and minoring in chemistry or vice versa. I want to be a leader, and show younger girls that if you put your mind to it, you can do anything. I want them to realize hard work does really pay off. I would like to make an impact on the team and compete at the highest level possible. I want to throw the javelin and compete where I am needed and do what is best for the team.