Seniors: Where Are They Going?

Haley Goodell, Co. Editor in Chief

Tyler Ehrlich: Tyler played ice hockey for the beginning of his athletic career here at MHSN and joined the tennis team his junior year. He a very recent member of the school’s drama club, where he is featured in the upcoming spring musical, The Addams Family, as the Conquistador Addams Ancestor. Tyler has been accepted into a number of schools such as RIT, UVM, and Penn State and when he commits to one, he will be majoring in Architecture and Spatial design in hopes of designing homes, monuments, and buildings that will last a lifetime.


Dominick Stavola: Dominick has been a vital part of MHSN’s drama club for all four years of his high school career, and is very interested in the arts. This past summer, he was able to direct his own production with his community theater, and it made him extremely passionate about the behind the scenes work that goes into every show. Dominick will be attending Hofstra University to major in Theater and the Fine Performing Arts in hopes of directing an originally written play one day.


Melody Chibnik: Melody has been a part of the music program here at North every year that she has attended. She takes part in the A-Capella choir club, and recently became a part of our drama club, where she is in the cast of The Addams Family. Melody has participated in the All Shore Chorus for all four years of her high school career, and was awarded the All Shore Chorus scholarship, which she will put to good use as a music major attending Towson University in the fall.


Vincent Ferrara: Vincent is your average everyday guy with a passion for theater. He is on the drama club council and is currently in MHSN’s production of The Addams Family as one of the principle characters, Uncle Fester. Although Vincent loves being on stage, he will be attending Rowan University in the fall with a major in business and a minor in finances.


Daniel Enoch: Daniel is very involved with our arts programs here at North. He has been in the choir program for all four years of his high school career, and has participated in the All Shore chorus for three consecutive years. He is our senior poet laureate after winning the poetry slam at the beginning of the school year, and his poem will be showcased in the graduation program. Daniel was accepted into Boulder University and Northern Arizona State and after deliberating, he will attend one with a major of physics in the fall.


Grace Hill: Grace is number 8 in the senior class and is currently the president of both the Gender Equality Club and the Key Club, and the Vice President of the National Honor Society. She has played tennis on MHSN’s team all four years, and became captain her senior year. She will be attending Marist this fall with a $40000 merit scholarship, and a major of business.


Allison Glantzberg: Allison has been dancing her entire life, and is very passionate about her work. She is a member of the National Honor Society, and has participated in Environmental Club, Key Club, and will be participating in the Senior Internship for aerospace engineering. Allison will be attending TCNJ with a major of engineering and a specific field of either aerospace or mechanics.


Rahma Mbarki: Rahma has been a member of Viewpoint, MHSN’s student-run art magazine, and worked her way up to editorship. Rahma has interests and hobbies from drawing to difficult math. She will be attending Rutgers in the fall with a major of Psychology.


Griffin Gallagher: Griffin has been a member of the MHSN drama club since his freshman year as a part of the sound crew, and became the head of the sound department his junior year. Griffin has been accepted to Rowan, St. Peter’s, Iona, Siena, Montclair, and William Paterson, where when he decides, he will be majoring in Sports Communication and Broadcasting.


Cassi Zappala: Cassi is extremely involved in MHSN extracurriculars! She is the leader of MHSN’s Team Hope for Relay for Life events, a member of the environmental club, is part of North’s Tomorrow’s Teachers program, and has been a member of the concert band. She has been accepted to a variety of schools including TCNJ, Monmouth, Seton Hall, and Towson and when she commits to a school, she intends to major in Math and Education.


Kaitlyn McManus: Kaitlyn has been accepted into Rider, Quinnipiac, Seton Hall, and Syracuse where she will be majoring in tv, radio, and film broadcasting. Kaitlyn played soccer and basketball here at North, is currently a civic leader, and is in the Tomorrow’s Teachers program as well as the Future Educator’s Association.  


Hunter’Rose Kruse: Hunter will be attending Brookdale for the Fall Semester with a major of secondary childhood education. Hunter has been very involved with the goings on here at North as a Bottlecapper, a member of our own Student Government, and a part of the Tomorrow’s Teachers program.


Emily Camillo: Emily will be attending Stockton University in the fall with a major of education. She has played lacrosse here at North, which was new her Freshman year, is a part of the French Honor Society, and is a Tomorrow’s Teacher, where she has taught a number of French lessons to her class.


Ana Nicosia: Ana has been accepted into Northeastern and NJIT, but she’s still waiting on more acceptances! Once she decides on a school she will be majoring in chemical engineering. Ana is a part of the Martha Pennington chapter of the National Honor Society, was Co. Captain of the tennis team, and is an active member in Relay for Life.