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Elise Favret

Elise Favret, Senior Staff Writer

Elise Favret is an Academy senior and first-year staffer for the Achona Newspaper.  As creative director of non-profit organization Cross Out-Cancer, she and other high school cross country runners raise money for pediatric cancer patients. Elise is the highschool varsity cross country captain and runs track and field. She spends most of her time working at Grain and Berry and attending track and field practice six days a week. With the little free time she has, Elise enjoys photography and watching Netflix shows The Vampire Diaries, Gossip Girl, and New Girl . In her final year of highschool, Elise is most looking forward to end of the year senior activities, especially the senior scavenger hunt. As for colleges, she is considering Notre Dame, UNC Chapel Hill, or UF and plans to apply as a neuroscience major on either a pre-med or pre-vet track.  

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The seniors each made crosses to reflect the people they had become while at the Academy.

Seniors retreat for the last time

Elise Favret, Senior Staff Writer
March 31, 2022
The sunset at the roof of the long term parking at the Tampa International Airport is free to view.

The best sunrises and sunsets in Tampa (VIDEO)

Elise Favret, Senior Staff Writer
February 23, 2022
I cant stop playing Wordle, its a genuine obsession, says senior Bella Yepez.

Wordle is taking over the world

Elise Favret, Senior Staff Writer
February 15, 2022
The ceremony was held at 9:30, during the usual advisory period, and extended into the next set. Unfortunately, less faculty and staff were able to attend as a result.

Junior Ring Lookbook: the Class of 2023

Elise Favret, Senior Staff Writer
February 3, 2022
This years seniors with their bouquets. All five have been a part of the Academy soccer program for four years.

The soccer team celebrates senior night

Elise Favret, Senior Staff Writer
January 25, 2022
Songs that often get stuck in individuals heads are called earworms, for the feeling like they crawled into your head without reason.

The dilemma of “earworms”

Elise Favret, Senior Staff Writer
January 14, 2022
The junior class was split into small groups led by senior Peer Ministers.

The Juniors retreat at Bethany Center

Elise Favret, Senior Staff Writer
November 18, 2021
Around 26% of American adults are living with diagnosable mental health conditions annually according to  Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Mental illness: The dilemma of distractions

Elise Favret, Senior Staff Writer
November 12, 2021
The pandemic has contributed to long term effects in employment.

COVID and the nationwide labor shortage

Elise Favret, Senior Staff Writer
October 5, 2021
AHN has worked to foster a more collaborative environment with the installation of more common areas in the recent renovations.

Academy: competitive or collaborative?

Elise Favret, Senior Staff Writer
September 14, 2021
In efforts to gain admission  into their colleges of choice, many students get lost in their attempts to become a perfect application and fail to appreciate the fun of both high school and the search for their future home.

College stress: unnecessary or unavoidable?

Elise Favret, Senior Staff Writer
September 3, 2021
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