During a recent School Board meeting, Superintendent Edgar B. Hatrick introduced the two Loudoun County School Board student representatives who will sit on the dais this month—Maddie Arnsbarger and Amour Alexandre.
Maddie, a senior at Loudoun Valley High School, serves as vice president of the Student Council Association and coordinates all of the student government activities. She also is an active member of the National Honor Society and a lettered student athlete on the volleyball team. Maddie is waiting to hear from a variety of colleges to which she applied: Virginia Tech, the College of William and Mary, Kenyon College and Middlebury College. She hopes to go into counseling.
Amour, a senior at Loudoun County High School, serves as president of the school’s French Honor Society and the senior class. She is involved with the Drama Club and the Raider Marching Band, where she is the saxophone section leader. Amour teaches religious education to seventh-graders and has also served as a board member for the Teri and Sheri Malone Foundation since her sophomore year. Amour was selected by Loudoun County High School’s faculty as its Top Scholar during her sophomore and junior years. She is also an AP Scholar and is ranked first in the senior class with a 4.55 grade point average and was elected homecoming queen by her peers this year. She’s hoping to attend Yale University in the fall.