The district congratulates Cathreen Paul on being selected as a National Honor Society (NHS) Scholarship semifinalist.
Recipients of this honor are chosen based on the four pillars of NHS: scholarship, service, leadership, and character, all of which are reflected in Cathleen’s exemplary dedication to scholastic and extracurricular endeavors.
During her time in Mineola, Cathreen has been a leader and trailblazer, while always finding time to support the local community. As a junior, she founded the Asian American Cultural Alliance, providing a space for students to learn and embrace diverse culture. She has held leadership positions in the Student Organization, Key Club, Business Club and Student Service Center, where she volunteered at Ronald McDonald House and provided peer to peer tutoring. As an active member of the Computer Science department, Cathleen served as President of Girls Who Code, Vice President of FRC Robotics and was an active board member of Science National Honor Society and Computer Science Honor Society. As a junior, she was awarded the Aspirations in Computing Award from the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT).
This fall, Cathreen plans to major in Computer Science and Business Management.
Date Added: 3/9/2023