Continued as part of a weekly series.
Meet . . . Sydney Palmer , a 2020 Graduate of ACV H.S.
Myia Page plans to attend Clarion University to obtain a Masters Degree in Speech-Language Pathology and a minor, either in Psychology or Special Education.
Myia’s most memorable moment in high school was reading Hamlet. She said it made some great memories that she’ll never forget.
Since her freshmen year she has changed into a more talkative, and outgoing person. This also has caused her to take more pride in her academics and work harder to achieve her goals.
Her toughest challenge in high school was becoming outgoing. She went from being unable to talk in class to giving the introduction at the Veterans Day Ceremony.
Out of all her years in high-school, her favorite teacher was Mrs. Rothen. Myia says she is a sweet, wonderful person who made everyone work hard for the grades they got. While this made math tough for her, at some points, her hardworking expectations made her develop the work ethic she has today. Thanks Mrs. Rothen!
In ten years Myia hopes to be a traveling speech pathologist, helping as many kids as she possibly can.
She listens to most music, except country.
Her instagram and snapchat handles are: @myiapage
Myia was the Give Club President, Class Office Treasurer, National Honor Society President, and helped with the children’s ministries at Six Points Church of God of Prophecy.
During high school she was involved in Softball, Veterans Tombstone cleaning, volunteering at the Mechling- Shakely Veterans Center, ACV blood drives, Cans for Kids program, and dual enrollment through Clarion University.
Myia would like to share a little of her profile space for her friend, the late Lexi Walker, who would have graduated with the 2020 class of ACV. Myia says that Lexi was planning on attending Clarion University for Art and Graphic Design.