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Celebrating Our 2018 Graduating Seniors

We will be posting a new graduating senior profile each day leading up to May 25, the last day for seniors.
 

Emlyn Langlieb

Dulaney High School
(Cockeysville Middle School)

Tell us about a teacher, assignment, field trip, or extracurricular activity that had a significant impact on you during your years as a BCPS student?

I have had so many amazing teachers during my time at Dulaney High School that it would be impossible to just name one.  My teachers not only taught me academics but were role models to me.  I am grateful for them.

During your years as a BCPS student, what did you accomplish that you are most proud of? 

I am most proud of the friendships I have developed.

What’s next for you? What are your college or employment plans after graduation?

I plan to attend a liberal arts college.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

I see myself as the UN Women executive director.


“It is difficult to highlight all the positive things Emlyn has been a part of in one short write-up. Do I start with her involvement in our school newspaper, The Griffin, where she served as one of the editors? Or, is it better to discuss her role as president of Latin Club? It is here where she found her love for language and history combined so beautifully and could not help but dive in. She has helped to plan meetings as well as helped organize state and local fundraisers; not to mention she placed 1st in the Latin Literature State Test. Maybe it is her involvement in Dulaney’s golf team that you would be interested in; a sport she randomly decided to join her 10th grade year only to have an undefeated season her junior year. I cannot forget Emlyn’s involvement in Dulaney’s chapter of Future Business Leaders of America, where she earned 1st place in the client services competition at regionals her juinlor year.

“While all of these things are worth mentioning, I believe her most notable accomplishment is starting the Interscholastic Council through the Maryland State Department of Education. This monumental task, above all others, truly emphasizes who Emlyn is.

“Ms. Langlieb took the idea of wanting to connect Maryland schools by promoting community throughout the state and put a plan into action. She started by independently reaching out to the state superintendent of schools, and after gaining support and the go-ahead from the state superintendent, has completed the website and constitution and is currently working on the application process. Her end goal is to have a committee of 7 – 10 students from all over Maryland who come together over WebEx to come up with unique ideas to better their schools.

“Emlyn is the kind of young person who gives me hope for our future. Not only is she obviously intelligent, she is also incredibly well-rounded, grounded, and driven. This is not a young woman who will be sitting around waiting for the next best thing to happen to her, but rather the person out making it happen.”

Katie Owens, school counselor, Dulaney High School

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