The amazing achievements of two Vietnamese sisters in the US
Hana Le and Melissa Le were raised in a Vietnamese family, with three professors with a doctorate in strategic management at the university and a mother with a master’s degree in business administration, currently working in the student management department. international member of the school.
The girl was given scholarships by 2 Ivy League schools
Originally a quiet, timid and quiet girl, Hana changed when she went to high school.
She became very confident in communicating and participating in activities with great passion, and was able to speak in front of thousands of classmates in seminars and speak in front of the whole school.
During her high school years, Hana used to hold the position of national secretary of the Future Leaders Association of America (FBLA) – one of the largest clubs for high school students in America and the world with more than 200,000 members. She is also the president of the Ruston High and Louisiana State FBLA Club.
Not only did she have a respectable academic record, Hana also won many piano awards and professional swimming awards in and out of Louisiana during her elementary and high school years.
In 2021, Hana was voted as one of the 7 best high school students in Louisiana.
And in the last 2021 admissions season, Hana won scholarships to two Ivy League universities, Columbia University and Upenn.
In addition, I was also granted full and partial scholarships from 12 other top universities such as Vanderbilt, Umichigan Ross, Tulane, Unc Chapel Hill…
After much consideration, Hana chose Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania, the leading school in the US and the world for business.
The “Miss” sister with a charitable heart
Meanwhile, her younger sister Melissa Le is no less competitive when she not only excels in studies but also has impressive extracurricular and community activities.
Melissa is currently in 8th grade at AEPhillips Experimental School (AEP). She has just been honored as the most outstanding middle school student in the state of Louisiana in 2022.
This is a prestigious award for the most outstanding student, selected from the school, city, regional and then statewide levels.
The award is based on academic achievement, leadership, achievement and skill in career direction, character, and service to schools and the community.
Melissa joins the school and state choir, is student body president, MathCounts math team captain, Science Olympiad team member, robotics club member, participates in the energy program aptitude and talent.
She is also active in the theater team of the city theater, the Bulldog swimming club, vocal training classes and participates in the annual piano competitions.
She is also an active volunteer at Temple Baptist Church, Lincoln Education Board’s STEM Center, Regional 8 STEM LaTech Center, and Louisiana Tech University’s international events.
During 2 years of isolation because of the Covid-19 epidemic, Melissa founded the brand “Made by Melissa Macarons”. I am self-taught, making and selling Macarons. A portion of the profits from the cake sale is used by Melissa to donate to the Louisiana Methodist Nursery.
In particular, this past January, Melissa won the title of Miss Louisiana Teen Volunteer, and in this role, she will continue to promote STEM programs for girls.
Melissa will compete in the Miss Charity Teen USA pageant later this April in Jackson, Tennessee.
Hana and Melissa shared that all of their achievements are a testament to their own efforts and the continuous support of the school and the government. But, most importantly, it is the unlimited support of parents.
Hana and Melissa learned from their parents how to work hard, live properly and spread love to everyone.
“We wouldn’t have come this far without the support and love of our family,” the two girls said.
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