Webb Does It All

February Senior of the Month

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JULIA WEBB '22

Color guard captain Julia Webb during the recent marching band season.

Involved in many aspects of school, Julia Webb has been named February’s Senior of the Month for her accomplishments.

I’ve definitely matured as a person and I’ve come to appreciate everything around me and not take what I have for granted.”

— JULIA WEBB '22

Webb has been involved throughout her time in Edison High in many different ways. To begin with, Webb is the president of the EHS Chinese Honor Society, section editor for The Eagles Eye, and Vice President of Community Service for FCCLA. In addition to clubs, Webb is also the captain of the school’s color guard. One of her accomplishments includes winning National Championships both her freshman and junior year with the EHS marching band.

“I’m incredibly proud to have been a part of the hardworking EHS marching band”, said Webb.  Her other hobbies include playing video games, cosplaying, and collecting manga. 

(from left) Keya Raval ’22, Alexis Kustka ’22, Olivia Morales ’22, Katelyn Robinson ’22, Julia Webb ’22, and Ross Turla ’22 at a marching band competition. (JULIA WEBB ’22)

As Webb recollects her memories from school, EHS has shaped her as a person. Trial and error allowed her to learn more about herself and her friends. “I’ve definitely matured as a person and I’ve come to appreciate everything around me and not take what I have for granted”, said Webb. 

Webb would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Huang for supporting her during all four years of high school. “I can’t thank him enough for helping shape me into the person I am today”, remarked Webb. 

Nearing the end of her high school journey, Webb would like her fellow underclassmen to know not to stress. Webb said, “At the end of the day, this is high school and you’ll look back on it in 10 years and you’ll want to think of all the good things that came out of it.”

After graduation, Webb plans to go to Boston University to pursue a degree in psychology. Webb advised: “Do what you want!”