Madelynn Nichelle Huff has been selected by the College Board for its National African American Recognition Program. She earned this recognition for her academic achievements and outstanding performance on the PSAT.
As a National African American Recognition Program winner, the College Board will highlight her achievement to more than 1,500 colleges who are looking to connect with students like her.
Formerly a student at Manlius Pebble Hill School in Syracuse, New York, Madelynn currently is a junior at The Paideia School in Atlanta, Georgia, where she is a violinist in the symphonic orchestra, a member of the school step team, the mock trial team, and the Model United Nations team.
She is a member of the youth group at Ebenezer Baptist Church and volunteers at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta. While living in Syracuse, Madelynn danced with the Dance Theater of Syracuse and was on the Manlius Pebble Hill soccer, track, volleyball, and Model UN teams a...
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