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Meet Alexandra

Alexandra’s interests include politics, international relations, and journalism. This member of the Class of ’24 has participated in the Georgetown Summer Pre-College Program in International Relations, Columbia’s Summer Pre-College Program in Novel Writing, the Ellipsis Summer Poetry Workshop, and AHA’s bespoke Oxford Study Abroad Program, which focuses on critical thinking and public speaking. In 2022, Alexandra attended the International Day of the Girl at the United Nations, and returned to the UN in 2023 as an AHA delegate to the 67th Commission on the Status of Women.

Alexandra is a member of AHA’s award-winning Model UN organization, which participates in high-profile international competitions. She is also active with Junior States of America, Diversity Council, the Black and Hispanic Cultural Society, and the Slavic and Baltic Cultural Society. Her work with Equality Now involves discussions of issues and struggles faced by women throughout the world, and working toward solutions.

This year, Alexandra has been lending a hand at a local law office and attending meetings hosted by WeDo, a global community of female politicians.

Alexandra has completed Advanced Placement courses in Spanish IV, physics, U.S. History, and art history, and regularly achieves Principal’s List/Honor Roll status. She is currently taking AP courses in government and politics, macroeconomics, and literature.

This Angel develops her writing skills via the AHA Voice, where she researches, writes, and edits multiple articles for each edition. She is also a member of the Writer’s Society, where she explores new writing styles and formats and participates in critiques.

As a volunteer at Saint Matthew Trinity Lutheran Church, she provided lunch, supplies, and toiletries to people without homes and those who are food insecure. Alexandra has also helped food insecure people through the Community FoodBank of New Jersey.


She is a U.S. history tutor, and writes articles for her hometown’s newsletter. This Angel is also a trained PowerBack peer leader, which allows her to help students to recognize abusive relationships and assist those who experience these relationships.

Alexandra was inducted into the National Dance Honor Society after she completed middle school. She is now a member of the National Honor Society and the honor societies for students who demonstrate excellence in Spanish and Science. Alexandra also earned AHA’s Sister Catherine Green Kindness Award.




  • Her favorite cafeteria food is the potato bites.

  • She enjoys watching “Gossip Girl” and “Supernatural.” “I binged through both while doing my homework in my sophomore and junior years!” she explained.

  • Her favorite artists are The Weeknd and Rihanna.

  • You might spot Alexandra reading her favorite book, “Hard Times” by Charles Dickens.

  • Her favorite AHA class was AP Art History.

  • Her favorite vacation was her family reunion in the Dominican Republic. She was able to meet family members and reconnect with other relatives she had not seen in a long time. Alexandra also practiced speaking Spanish in the real world, and fully experienced her country for the first time.

“Holy Angels has helped me grow so much as a student and as a person. From each incredible opportunity that I’ve been fortunate enough to participate in to the relationships built with teachers and peers across all grades, our school community has cultivated me into the best possible person that I could be.”