DORIS BRAUNSTEIN

Grad­u­at­ing Grade: 12

The Kids Post - - The Vals -

“I will miss the sense of com­mu­nity, the kind faces in class­rooms and the smil­ing teach­ers. ”

What’s your best mem­ory of the school? My fond­est mem­ory dur­ing my time at Hud­son is of all the char­ity bake sales I or­ga­nized with dif­fer­ent clubs. Every­one was al­ways so in­ter­ested and com­mit­ted to mak­ing our ef­forts the best they could be.

How does it feel to be awarded vale­dic­to­rian? It is a won­der­ful feel­ing, know­ing that hard work paid off. It mo­ti­vates me to work even harder to­ward my goals. At the end of the day, how hard you have worked and how much of your­self you ded­i­cated to that work is what mat­ters. What as­pects of school life/extracurriculars were you in­volved in? I cre­ated the Health Aware­ness Club, and I am very happy with the way it turned out for its first year. I was also in­volved in stu­dent coun­cil, Hud­son Heroes and many oth­ers. What is one piece of ad­vice you would give to Hud­son Col­lege stu­dents? You will con­tinue to find weak­nesses through­out life, but aca­dem­i­cally speak­ing, each stu­dent usu­ally has a few no­to­ri­ous ones that can be pre­vented from block­ing fu­ture suc­cess, and luck­ily, Hud­son is the ideal place for self-dis­cov­ery.

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