6. Anna Morozov



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How do you feel you’ve impacted the school?

I’ve been involved in a lot of clubs and extracurricular activities, and my positivity and influence on people’s lives—I hope that’s made an impact on other people’s lives and their futures. The things I’ve done in the committees and clubs I’ve been in—I hope I’ve made my mark. I’ve not only helped me grow as a person but also other people.

 

What’s your experience been like at CHS?

It’s honestly been everything I could ever imagine. It’s been so great. It started out not very eventful. As a freshman, I was not very involved. I was just running and in House and that’s just about it, and then, I slowly got involved in more and more. I’m a class officer. I got involved in Champions Together. I did swimming eventually, and I just got involved in all these little clubs, and it all worked up to senior year when I got nominated Homecoming Queen, which was really awesome. I’ve just been so blessed to have the peers that I’ve had.

 

What impact do you think you’ve had on your peers?

They impact me as much as I impact them. Our positivity with each other is so incredible, and I really wouldn’t be who I am without my peers, and they wouldn’t be who they are without me. I’ve gone through a lot of hard times throughout my high school career. It hasn’t all been great and dandy. I’ve faced a lot of setbacks, so I feel like when my peers see me overcoming those setbacks and remaining positive, it’s impactful on their high school career as well.

 

How do you think your peers have impacted you?

Everyday, I’m motivated by them, and I love them to death — every single person I encounter. I don’t think I’d be doing half the things I do without them. I’m involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), and my friend is the leader of that. I don’t know if I would’ve been as involved in that. Or running—I don’t know if I’d have done that without my peers. And swimming, of course—I’ve never been a swimmer, and I just decided to do it in high school because of my peers.

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