This year, 122 students graduated from Christian Brothers Academy, but only one could be named “Distinguished Senior” for the class of 2012. That honor was presented to Miranda Magley, of Fayetteville, on behalf of the CBA Alumni Association on June 1, 2012 at the annual senior breakfast.
Selected from an impressive pool of 20 seniors whose applications included a letter of intent, at least two recommendations, and their high school transcript, Miranda was one of five finalists interviewed by a committee of the Alumni Association. The criteria for the award suggests that the recipient should “strive to be an example of Christian Each year, members of the committee are impressed by the seniors who apply for the award, adding strength to their conviction that CBA graduates will continue to provide values-based leadership in our communities.
CBA Alumni Association President, John Marzocchi 77 presents the 2012 Distinguished Senior Award to Miranda Magley at graduation rehearsal on June 1.
“I feel very honored to have received this award,” Miranda said. has played a huge role in my life, and has shaped me into the person I am today. The teachers and students have all helped me grow and develop into a better
Miranda embodies the many qualities that identify a CBA distinguished senior. Spending her time involved with Peer Ministry, National Honor Society, and Student Senate, Miranda is an excellent example of a student that used her talents both in and outside the classroom, helping others succeed as a product of her passion and enthusiasm. She looks forward to attending The State University at Geneseo this fall where she will study education.
“My favorite activity was Student Senate,” said Miranda. “It was a major part of my growth at CBA. It taught me how to be a great leader, and it was enjoyable to able to be involved in the school at that level.”