Ashley Reardon is a junior at Malden Catholic High School. A member of her school's Mock Trial team, Ashley has kept her grades consistently on the honor roll and hopes to use the skills she has acquired both in and out of the classroom to help those around her. She taught children ages 2-14 in areas such as English, Maths, Science, and Public Speaking. She has written constitutional legislature for Congress, volunteered for a multitude of non-profit organizations, such as Buy a Bed, Mission of Deeds, Bread of Life, and was featured speaking on international news.
She has received many honors such as nomination to be a part of the Jr. National Young Leaders Conference back in DC, letters of commencement from the president and many other leaders in Congress for writing an amendment to the US constitution to allow immigrants to run for President, a “best-effort” award from her grammar school upon graduation, placement in the 96th percentile on the HSPT, national recognition for rescuing the American Flag (for which she was interviewed live twice and received a scholarship from EBSB), and various other academic scholarships for high school including one for MC’s SFX program. Most recently, she also received Malden Catholic’s Student of Excellence Award- Ryken Medal for Zeal and a certificate from the Hugh O'Brien Leadership Seminar.
- La Colaborativa
- Mock Trial
- 30 Day Challenge
- Dance Company