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Courtesy of Robyn Nemeth '23

This year’s April Senior of the Month!

Robyn Nemeth

Robyn Nemeth ‘23 has been recognized as the April Senior of the Month. Involved with music her whole life, Nemeth has committed herself to several activities offered at EHS.

Aside from being an avid member of the EHS choir and theater department, Nemeth participates in many other extracurricular activities, such as Varsity volleyball, General Student Council treasurer, and sports editor for The Eagle’s Eye; outside of school, she has learned to play instruments like guitar and piano.

Through music, Nemeth found her voice. She said, “I’ve always been really quiet and I’m really bad at expressing myself, so music felt like the only way I could really do that.”

After earning a degree in music education, Nemeth hopes to perform on the side, a dream she has had since she was a kid.

An accomplishment that influenced Nemeth’s choice of major was her position as the choir teaching assistant throughout her senior year. During this time, she helped Mr. Joshua Lisner, the choir teacher at EHS, teach the choir two songs: one for winter and the other for spring. Nemeth conducted the choir for these songs as well.

In addition, the inspiration Nemeth received from Lisner and her eighth grade orchestra teacher, Mrs. Deirdre Pasquarelli inspired her to pursue music.

However, Nemeth faced challenges by overcommitting, bombarding herself with after-school activities. Despite her love for all the aforementioned activities, she believes that it was not smart to overextend herself and advises the incoming class to “avoid unnecessary commitments.”

Nemeth learned to connect with people in many ways, especially through music. She encourages the incoming classes to try a variety of different activities, because there is no knowing the effects that it will have.

As Nemeth reflects on her high school experience, she realizes that all the clubs and activities she committed to led to a successful conclusion.

“Being under involved was never an issue for me, but for those who are reluctant to do new things, I would just give it a chance because being a part of bigger things like choir and orchestra really did enhance my high school experience,” said Nemeth.

As Nemeth continues her musical journey, she hopes her knowledge and experiences can inspire others to take risks and try new things.

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