The Spotlight

Nicole Schroy
Nicole Schroy graduates as a four-year staff member of The Spotlight. In her sophomore year, she was the Arts and Entertainment editor, and she switched roles to being the web editor her junior and senior year.

“It is really rewarding,” Schroy said. “We get feedback from other students and [are] the voice for the student body.”

This fall Schroy will attend King’s College for their five-year Physician’s Assistant program. In the undergraduate program, she will major in medical studies with a minor in biology and neuroscience. In the graduate program, Schroy will get her Master of Science and her Physician’s Assistant degree.

“I am really excited to break away from Center Valley” Schroy said. “For the past 18 years this is all I have ever known and it is going to be fun to meet new people in a new place and do it all on my own.”

During her four years in high school, Schroy was the Class of 2017 President, the co-founder of the Art and Literary Society, the web editor of Key Club, and the vice president of Spanish Club. She also was a teen counselor and played field hockey. Outside of school, Schroy enjoys horseback riding and volunteering at Lehigh Valley Health Network.

“When ever I am surrounded by my friends, I have this bittersweet feeling. I look around and I am so proud of all my friends, but it is also sad because I am sure we will branch off,” Schroy said. “There are some I know I’ll stay in contact with and there are others that I am sure will be busy with their own lives.”

She will miss her teachers the most, especially Mr. Sinkler, Mr. Castagna, and Mr. Dougherty.

“Even though some teachers may get a bad rep they, for the most part, understand their students,” Schroy said. “Especially as a senior, I can connect with them because they are guiding me through senior year and prepping me for the real world.”

Follow Nicole Schroy on twitter @schnic17

Nicole Schroy, Web and Multimedia Editor

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