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Meet Eva

Most members of the AHA community got to know Eva (pronounced “ay-vah”) when she made a big splash as Viola in the Academy’s production of “Twelfth Night the Musical.” The critics were duly impressed by Eva’s acting and singing. Her performance won her bergenPAC’s inaugural Executive Producer’s Award and garnered two Metro Award nominations (Best Overall Actress, Best Overall Duet).


Eva (’25) enjoys being in the limelight, and followed her older sisters (both of whom are AHA alumnae) into the theater. She has portrayed Cinderella in Saint Joseph Regional High School’s staging of “Into the Woods” and took on the role of Yvette in SJR’s rendition of “Clue.” Most recently, she landed the narrator’s role in AHA’s production of “Puffs.”


This Angel loves the stage so much that she founded AHA’s Angels in Acting organization. She is now serving as the group’s co-president.


Her Academy-based activities also include singing for the Gospel Choir, participating in Film Club, and handcrafting items for Crochet for a Cause.

Eva is a soloist for the SJR Chorus and the Papermill Playhouse’s “New Voices Concert,” where she has been featured since 2017. She has also been a choreographer for Our Lady of Mercy Academy since 2021. Eva shares her expertise with younger actors as a counselor for WWTAG, a local theater group.

While the performing arts are a central part of Eva’s life, she is also dedicated to her studies of the Italian language. She currently takes Italian 3 Honors and recently entered the Italian National Honor Society. Eva is also taking Advanced Placement courses in art history and United States History. Her schedule includes the high honors course in English, and honors courses in physics and algebra.

Eva is also an active member of the Student Council.


Outside of school, Eva enjoys screenwriting and attending her sister’s sketch comedy shows in New York City. She loves being able to watch other performers expand their abilities and take on the job of a writer, something Eva hopes to continue in the future.




  • Eva also likes to make TikToks and view comedy shows such as “Saturday Night Live” and John Mulaney.

“An integral part of anyone’s high school journey is learning how to push past your own limitations and finding new things that inspire you. While attending AHA, I had never found myself in doubt that I would be able to find a new learning opportunity to challenge my personal or academic growth. The Academy has taught me the importance of creating your own academic path and being able to celebrate your own accomplishments and foster them into learning opportunities for fellow Angels.”