Our Mountain Heights Academy Trailblazer of the week is Elaine Olschewski. Elaine is an 8th-grade student at Mountain Heights Academy. In her free time, you can find her enjoying a good book or making slime. Some fun facts about Elaine are that she is ambidextrous and double-jointed!
Our Mountain Heights Academy Trailblazer of the week is Alexis Thompson. Alexis is a Junior at Mountain Heights Academy. She loves doing all sorts of activities including singing, drawing, swimming, volleyball, and soccer. Some talents she has are Art and Music. She especially enjoys sketching people and has worked very hard to become good at it. Same with singing. Alexis loves to sing, so she has worked hard at singing and practicing singing in front of people. Alexis works at her job 20 hours a week, and still makes time to do school and have fun. Some interesting things about her; she is left-handed, she has hypermobility syndrome (which means she is double-jointed in just about every joint in her body). She is the oldest of 4 siblings, is a huge people person, and is all about having fun! : )