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U.S. Presidential Scholar Josephine Chu with THS Head of School, Head of Upper School, and science teacher

One of only 141 students from across the country to be selected, Tower Hill senior Josephine Chu has been named a 2014 U.S. Presidential Scholar. The only female from Delaware picked, Josephine is a National Merit Commended Scholar and member of the Cum Laude Society.

A talented musician, she was chosen for the National High School Flute Choir, All-National Honors Ensemble and is a member of both the All-State Band and All-State Chorus. At Tower Hill, she is the secretary of the student-faculty council and a member of several school clubs and sports teams. Outside of school, Josephine is a member of the Chinese American Community Center Folk Dance Troupe of Hockessin, with which she performed at President Obama’s inauguration ceremonies and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade.

Josephine will attend Cornell University this fall. Congratulations!

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