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Class of 2024: Madela Yang

Meet Class of 2024 senior Madela Yang.

Join us in celebrating the class of 2024 and all of their accomplishments! These students stand front and center and live out the values of BCCS every day. They act with integrity. They demonstrate pride, passion, and perseverance. They seek to understand others, embrace the differences between us, and show empathy. We honor their hard work and look forward to their bright futures.

What is your first and last name?

Madela Yang

Which school do you attend?

Brooklyn Center High School STEAM

What groups, activities, or sports have you been involved in throughout your high school career?

I played volleyball. The position I played was defense specialist. I enjoyed playing volleyball and watching my teammates and I grow every game and practice. I was also the wrestling manager for a short period of time, and I enjoyed helping the wrestling boys with their matches and watching them grow and become better wrestlers.

What is your favorite memory of high school?

My favorite memories were watching my classmates and I grow throughout high school.

Is there a staff member who has gone beyond for you? If so, who? How have they gone beyond?

Ms. Choua and Ms. Hayden. They helped me a lot with college and supports.

As Centaurs, we stand front and center. What do you stand front and center for?

I’m glad to be a part of the Centaur community. I love how we all support each other through thick and thin.

What does it mean to you to be a Centaur?

Helping the community become a better place, and making sure everyone has a bond with every teacher.

What are your plans after graduation?

My plans after high school are still very unsure. I am definitely doing my generals and will see where life brings me.

What advice would you give someone just starting high school?

My advice would be, don’t be too hard on yourself and make a lot of memories in high school. You only live once. Explore as much as you can while still being a high school student.