I would be pleased to introduce myself, my name is Chantal Johnson. I am currently a senior at Heritage High School; enrolled in the University Magnet Program. The University Magnet Program requires me to take many rigorous courses that help me prepare for college admissions and future jobs. The program requires that I maintain a 2.5 or above GPA. To receive the University Magnet seal on my diploma, I must also complete 200 hours of community service. I have and am maintaining a 3.32 GPA. The core classes I have taken have all been honors, advanced placement (AP), or dual enrollment. I have achieved honor roll all years of high school, as well as my past education in middle and elementary school. I have participated in numerous community service activities. I partake in March of Dimes and Light the Night walk for the Leukemia and Lymphoma society (LLS). My family and I chipped in to help decontaminate the Chesapeake Bay on Clean the Bay Day. I also participated in a few other community service activities.
Attend a 4-year college to major in Architecture and minor in interior design. Also want to receive multiple scholarships to fund college.
Nov 2008 - Jan 2009
DreamLight Active Wear
DreamLight is a gymnast uniform production company. The time that I worked there I was a Crystal designer. My job was to stencil all the designs, which were to be in gemstones, from a grayscale outline to colorful gems that would be pressed onto the uniforms. For the job I had to have a steady hand and be able to remember what shade of grey translated to a certain color. I came in a 6am and worked until noon; during which time I would sit at a table with the stencils, transparent pressing paper, gems and a pair of tweezers, it was painstaking work but it was a great opportunity and fun.
Sep 2008 - Present
High School Diploma
I have attended Heritage High school since my sophomore year. I do not live anywhere close to the school but my mother thought it would be a good opportunity to enroll me in the University Magnet Program. While I have attended Heritage I am consistently on honor roll. My junior year I was granted the opportunity to attend New Horizons dual enrollment program for culinary arts. I did not complete the program because I changed my major for college and wanted to take classes that would provide knowledge in the architecture and engineering fields. This is my senior year, which proves to be good so far.
Sep 2009 - Jun 2010
At New Horizons Regional Education Center at Woodside I partook in the culinary arts programs, taught by Mrs. Tanya Ward. She was a great instructor and I learned a lot about the field in that class. If I still wished to peruse culinary I would have most definitely re-enrolled in the program. I was sign up for the dual enrollment program while at New Horizons, so I have three college credits through Thomas Nelson Community College.