Athletics


outdoor
100 HRDL 100 110 HRDL 200 400 HRDL 400 800 1,500 1,600 3,000 STPL 3,000 3,200 5,000 10,000
Best Time - 12.90 - 28.60 - - - - - - - - - -
Second Best Time - 13.10 - 29.60 - - - - - - - - - -
outdoor field
TJ SP PV LJ JAV HT HJ DISC
Best Time - - - 13'10.00" - - 4'11.00" -
Second Best Time - - - 13'9.00" - - 4'10.00" -
outdoor relays
4x100 4x400 4x800 4x1,500 1,600 MDLY 4xMi DIST MDLY
Best Time 56.00 4:40.00 - - - - -
Second Best Time 58.00 4:41.00 - - - - -
Outdoor Honors

Varsity Captain for 3 years
District High Jump
MACSA 1st place (3 years)
CCAC 1st place (3 years)
ACSI 1st place and 2nd place

Academics


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High School
Christian School of York
School City
York
School State
PA
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Major Category
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences
Major
Biochemistry
Major Category
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences
Major
Biomedical Sciences, General
Major Category
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences
Major
Neurobiology and Neurophysiology
Other Academic Information
High School Accomplishments Rachel Strode Sports: • Soccer (9-12) *captain 12 • Basketball (9) • Cross country (10) • Track ( 9-12) *captain 10-12 • Districts Track (11) • ACSI 1st place (10-present) • CCAC 1st place (9-present) • MACSA’s 1st place (9,10-present) Arts: • Band (9-12) • Choir (11-12) • Marching band (11) • County band (9,11,12) • Women’s choir (11) • ACSI music competition (9-12) *excellence rating in large vocal Ensemble (11) • Worship Team (11-12) • Yearbook (10) Awards/ scholarships/ programs: • Distinguished young women *won the Arthur J. and Lee R. Glatfelter Foundation Leadership Award ($500) • American Legion Auxiliary Keystone Girls state *won the spirit of keystone • Spanish award (9) • Most improved (10) *due to concussion • Rotary youth leadership awards (11) Clubs: • NHS (12) • Senate (12) *Class representative Volunteering / Community Service: • Teens Stand for Charity (11-12) *President (12) • Salvation Army Service (10-12) • Tutor at Lincoln Elementary School (2017-present) • Down Syndrome Camp leader (2017) • Missions Trip to Laos/ Thailand (2018) • Missions Trip to Uganda, Africa (2014, 2016) • Church youth leader (9-12) • VBS leader (2016, 2018) • Street Evangelism (10, 11) • Christmas Child shoe box operation (2014-2018) • Red Cross Blood donation (2018)
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Personal


First Name
Rachel
Last Name
Strode
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Athlete's Mother
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Gender
F
Height
5'8"
Weight
130
Birthdate
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Personal Highlights

I moved to Pennsylvania 3 years ago and before that had never thought of sports. I decided my freshman year to give a few a try. My passion for track came the first day of practice. Since then, my love for the sport and dedication to work hard has only grown. While my school is small and has no track, place to run or truly jump, or a head coach at the moment, I continue to find ways to improve and work hard. I believe with the right coaching I can improve tremendously!

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“Be the change that you want to see in the world” stated by Mahatma Gandhi, is not only a quote I say, but a motto I live by. Wherever I go in life, I go with a purpose to create a change for the better. I have had the amazing opportunity to not only be a leader in my school, church, overseas, but as well as locally in my community. Last year I got involved with an organization called “Teens Stand for Charity”, where I now hold the title as president at my school. With the student led “Teen’s Stand for Charity” program, I have been able to be a part in the raising of 40 thousand dollars annually for various charities such as the Ronald McDonald Foundation, Salvation Army, and various Local Homeless Projects. While I have loved every moment of helping serve various organizations, one in particular continues to stand out to me. Less than a year ago, I was asked to go into a local inner city school (Lincoln Elementary) and tutor young kids who would not be able to afford a tutor, or just need someone to be in their corner. During this time, I got the opportunity to play, teach, joke around, and listen to young kids share their hearts. Even though I only got to spent two hour a week with these young kids, I felt the impact of my actions start to show. Over time, kids opened up to me about home life, their struggles, and shared a bond over the importance of education and fun. I would love to say that I have made an impact in their lives, in the hours we spend together each week, but truly they have impacted me. I continue to encourage those in my school to be a part of something bigger than themselves and I choose to lead by example.

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