A Junior at Elizabeth Seton High School, Morissa Hall is an honors student taking AP courses. But her accomplishments are much more than academic achievements and that is why she is being recognized as a Standout Student.
Volunteer & Rodeo Competitor
Elizabeth Seton High School
As a member of the Seton Diamond Club she explores a positive body image, self-esteem and being financially savvy. The winter clothes drive that Hall organized has helped the homeless for the last two years. She has even been part of the theater production team.
Hall’s real passion is competing with her horse in the Maryland High School Rodeo Association. It took getting straight A’s for seven years before her parents finally let her get a horse, and within a year she was competing in rodeos. Hall rarely sees a competitor who looks like her. Minorities on horseback are rare, but Hall’s determination and hard work have resulted in her winning Maryland High School Rodeo Association’s All-around Cowgirl and Rodeo Queen for two years. Prince George’s County Executive Angela D. Alsobrooks has recognized Hall for all of her accomplishments.
Hall is an inspiration to all to work hard and follow their dreams.
All About Standout Students
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