Senior Spotlight: Charlotte Rosenberg ’20


Maya McCall '20, Editor-In-Chief

Senior Charlotte Rosenberg is no stranger to our campus, due to her many roles such as Senator of Student Government, President of the Eagle Ambassadors and Co-Captain of the Varsity Cheerleading team. Rosenberg is known for her enthusiastic personality, incredible work ethic and love for the Episcopal Eagles. In this article, we’ll get to know Charlotte a little better, as she answers some of my senior-inspired questions. 

Question: What part of senior year are you most looking forward to? 

Answer: I am most looking forward to sending in my last college application.

Question: If you could award yourself a senior superlative what would it be?

Answer: “Most Likely to be Cut From a No-Cut Sports Team”

Question: What’s your go-to response when adults ask, “Where are you going to college?”

Answer: That’s a fantastic question, one that I ask myself each day.

Question: If you could drop out of high school and attend college immediately would you. If so, why? 

Answer: No, I am excited to finish ESJ strong and relish these last months with our class!

Question: Name 3 things you would tell your freshman self.

Answer:  I feel like as a freshman, I had it together.  Now, I’m not sure I feel the same…

Question: Name a song, movie or book that describes your high school career so far. 

Answer: “History”, by One Direction, describes my high school career!

Question: What  is your favorite tradition at Episcopal?

Answer: My favorite Episcopal tradition is singing “The Twelve Days of Christmas” in Chapel, before the holiday break.

Question: If you could create a mandatory course for seniors, what would it be?

Answer: I would create a Home Economics class to prepare seniors before they leave for college.

Image courtesy of Episcopal Boosters.