Behind the mask: Senior: Abby Taylor

Abby Taylor is a senior at Cherokee High School. As the President of National Honors Society and a captain of Cherokee’s speech and debate team, she is very involved at CHS. Abby is extremely hardworking and dedicated to her success and the success of other students.

Two teachers that knew Abby very well, Ms. Mathews and Ms. Wills, each provided a quote about Abby.

Abby is a driving force in NHS. She helps manage our nearly one hundred members while displaying character, grace, compassion for others, and academic excellence. She is a role model for others both in our honor society and in the community. I am so thrilled with the work she has done with NHS this year! It is a privilege to get to work with such a talented young woman.

Ms. Mathews, NHS sponsor

Abby Taylor is a dedicated student, an masterful public speaker, and an all-around beautiful person. She is going to be an amazing teacher one day. I’m so glad I got to know her!

Ms. Wills, CHS speech and debate coach

About: Abby Taylor

What is an interesting fact about you?

I coached a middle school speech and debate team.

What do you like most about Cherokee High School?

My favorite thing about Cherokee is the friends that I have made here.

What are your future plans after high school?

I plan to attend The University of Georgia with a major in Middle Level Education and a possible minor in Spanish. My goal is to become a literature teacher for fifth grade students.

What is your favorite subject?

My favorite subject is literature or speech and debate.

What are you involved in at CHS? 

I am involved in the National Honors Society, Speech and Debate, and Beat Out Cancer.

What is the best piece of advice you have to give or were given? 

The best advice I have been given is to not worry about things you cannot change or do not have control over.

We know that Abby will continue to do amazing things, and we would like to wish her the best of luck in all of her endeavors after she graduates from CHS!

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