Meagan Malone is one of Huntington High School’s exceptional seniors. The teenager has excelled at everything she’s touched these past four years and she’s excited to continue her education and prepare to pursue her career goals at the University of Delaware.
“I fell in love with the University of Delaware when I first visited the campus with my brother during his college search,” Ms. Malone said. “It’s a beautiful campus and great location as well. I’m also someone who loves to get involved in as much as I can and Delaware provides so many activities for me.”
Huntington senior Meagan Malone.
Ms. Malone considered the University of Maryland, University of Rhode Island, Providence College, SUNY Cortland and SUNY Geneseo prior to finalizing her plans to attend the University of Delaware. “They are all amazing schools, but after writing out my pros and cons list for each, I realized I couldn’t think of a single negative thing to say about Delaware,” she said. “It was the perfect school for me.”
A member of Huntington High School’s High Honor Roll, Ms. Malone plans to study history and secondary education at Delaware.
“I have always loved my social studies classes, in particular, U.S. History and U.S. Government,” Ms. Malone said. “Delaware has so much to get involved with on campus. I plan on joining either club tennis, club fencing or crew. I have loved my experiences on all three teams throughout high school, so it will be hard to decide which sport I will be dedicating most of my time to. I also plan on getting involved in their school of music.”
A remarkable young woman by any measurement, Ms. Malone has sparkled as an athlete, musician, classroom scholar and involved student, contributing to many different clubs and activities.
“I’m still unsure about career goals right now,” Ms. Malone said. “A major in history offers a broad list of career options such as archives, research and analyzing, library work and teaching. Adding secondary education will take me towards the teaching route.”
A valued and cherished friend to many of her classmates, Ms. Malone is well-known as a kind-hearted and generous teenager, well-spoken, informed and witty.
“I will always be thankful for the countless opportunities Huntington has provided me with,” Ms. Malone said. “I have been able to get extremely involved with the school through various clubs, sports and music groups and made the most amazing memories that I will cherish forever.”