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Meet Juliana Brooks: Humans of McIntosh

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Meet Juliana Brooks: Humans of McIntosh

Juliana Brooks with her brother, Taylor, and dog, Cooper.

Juliana Brooks with her brother, Taylor, and dog, Cooper.

Juliana Brooks with her brother, Taylor, and dog, Cooper.

Juliana Brooks with her brother, Taylor, and dog, Cooper.

Charlotte Moore, Staff Writer

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Senior Juliana Brooks has attended McIntosh all four years and is involved with many school activities.  Brooks has swam for McIntosh for the past four years, and she was captain of the McIntosh Swim Team in the 2018-2019 season. “My favorite memory from swim is rocking out on the bus rides to and from meets with my friends and being able to eat pizza after long meets”, said Brooks.  Brooks was also a part of the 2018-2019 State Team. “The swim team is special to me because I’ve been a part of it every year I’ve been at McIntosh and made great friends through it. Being captain has taught me more about leadership and being there for others,” said Brooks. She also is a member of the National Beta Club, National Honor Society, Rachel’s Challenge Club, and French Club.

In her free time outside of school, Brooks enjoys playing with her dog, Cooper, and going to crossfit. “I love working out because it relieves all the stress of school and work.” She also volunteers at Clothes Less Traveled Thrift store. ”I love organizing the clothes, looking for some as I work, and bonding with the other volunteers!”

Brooks is graduating McIntosh with Honors and, after high school, she plans to pursue a business degree at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

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Charlotte Moore, Staff Writer

Charlotte Moore was born on December 2, 2000 in Charlotte, North Carolina.  She to Peachtree City in 2006 and began playing soccer when she was seven....

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