Meet Holly Sudol the cheer team's captain at Archbishop Murphy High School. While she has been a member of the varsity cheer squad for 4 years, there is much more to Holly than being a cheerleader. As a multi-faceted student, Holly is a vital part of athletic teams, student leadership, and other extracurricular activities at AMHS. Holly is a decorated sprinter for her school's track team, and she placed in 3 events in the 2018 2A State Championship. She was also on student council for her first three years of high school and is currently an ASB officer to lead her school during her senior year. Holly participates in not only the fall play but also acts in the spring musical that AMHS produces. While activities outside of the school day are a major part of her life, Holly excels in the classroom as well. She is a member of the National Honors Society, which means that she has been recognized for her outstanding academic ability. Holly represents Archbishop Murphy as a school ambassador and exemplifies the Murphy way.
What is your favorite class and why?
My favorite class is AP Language and Composition because I enjoy expressing my thoughts through writing and it challenges me to be a better student.
Why did you choose to attend AMHS?
My brother attended AMHS, and I really liked the school pride that students had when I shadowed.
What are your future goals and aspirations for after you graduate?
I plan to attend a large, four-year university and discover a major that I have a passion for.
What is your favorite thing about Archbishop Murphy?
My favorite thing about AMHS is that it is a community that provides endless opportunities to those who are a part of it, and supports each of its members to succeed and grow to their full potential.
How do you plan on leaving your mark on AMHS once you graduate?
I hope to leave my mark by inspiring students to go outside their comfort zone by involving themselves in sports, fine arts, and student government as I have.
Finish this sentence, "Murphy pride is..."
The inclusion and acceptance of all students.