Senior feature: Eliza Carlton

Emelie Patti, Staff Writer

Eliza Carlton has unequivocally left her mark on Reynolds by participating in school activities; not to mention she has her photo hanging up in the hall. Carlton has run cross country, played field hockey and lacrosse. She went to Governor’s school, was a junior marshall, is the features editor for Pine Whispers and is a member of the all girls service club, Girls Council.

“She is one of the hardest workers I know and strives to be a student of excellence,” senior Caroline Harris said. “She pushes me to be the best student I can be and she is so honestly and kind. She possess all of the qualities everyone wants in a friend.”

When Carlton is not engaging in school outings, she likes baking and hanging out with friends.

“Eliza is fun to be around because she is always active and eager to do something. She is creative so we are never bored,” Harris said.

Senior year can be hard because you are leaving behind a place you have spent a significant part of your life. Carlton has made many friendships with students and teachers and will miss seeing them around next year.

“I really excited for college but I’m going to miss playing on sports teams and the friendships I’ve made through them,” Carlton said.

Next fall she will be attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and hopes to pursue a major in biology.