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Student of the Week: Haley Radcliffe

Ty Miller, Staff Writer

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Being a high school student can be difficult to begin with, add in a rigorous class schedule with clubs and sports and it can seem overwhelming. This is not the case for Haley Radcliffe who thrives on being as involved as possible.

Outside of her classes, Radcliffe serves as the president of Student Government, along with participating in National Honors Society, PACS, Hawk Eye, and the National French Honors Society. Additionally, she runs cross country and track. With this much on your plate, time management is key to being successful.

“It can be a bit overwhelming occasionally, but it really helps to manage your time and plan ahead,” said Radcliffe.

Radcliffe has participated in Student Government since her freshman year and was elected as president for her senior year. This is an important position, but Haley is the perfect person for it with her drive and determination along with wanting what’s best for the students of Bethel Park High School. There are many responsibilities that go into being the president of Student Government.

“I represent the student body and create the agenda for each week’s Executive Board or Senate meeting. I also attend all the SGA functions and monitor our progress as an association.”

Outside of just being a student, Radcliffe is a great person and well liked by her pears. She works as a tutor in the BPHS Writing Center and got high praise from her fellow tutor Rachel Hankin:

“I am a peer tutor in the Writing Studio with Haley twice a week, and I’ve definitely noticed how hard-working she is. She is always willing to help anyone who comes in looking for help no matter what she is doing. Haley is one of the most reliable people I know and is always just a great person to be around.”

The same goes in the classroom where Radcliffe is a diligent worker. Her English teacher Mr. Youngs loves having her as a student in class and is impressed with her commitment to being an involved but also hard-working student:

“Someone like Haley is everything you want in a student. She participates in a variety of activities but still manages to balance her school work.”

Post high school, Radcliffe plans to attend Duquesne University and pursue becoming a teacher.

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