Celebrating MSD Diversity

Diversity is essential in all environments, especially in a school environment. Hearing and representing all the different ethnicities, races, genders, sexualities and even hobbies or extracurriculars, is an avenue to create an inclusive environment for everyone.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is a Predominantly White Institution; 74.4% of the school is white. With 12.8% Black, 8.4 Asian and 3.7 Multiracial, it is important to highlight the minorities at the school that can be looked over.

Read about the following exceptional students below who are pursuing their hobbies and promoting inclusion at MSD.

MSD step team captain Layla Ali honors her mom’s legacy
Freshman Preesha Zaveri discovers passions for dance and volunteering within her Hindu culture
Senior Santiago Ordonez eyes back-to-back state championship
Junior Damian Francis pursues art and music
Freshman Sathvik Sarathy grows into nationally successful KA100 kart driver
Senior Angela Guiso applies her skills to assemble fantasy costumes
Sophomore Manahil Kashif opens henna business
Senior Gabriela Bravo commits herself to martial arts and writing
Junior Noldine Belizaire works to facilitate change and highlight diversity at MSD
Sophomore Maria Capra juggles both JV and varsity basketball
MSD sophomore Priya Kalaria starts Dance Club to create a stress-free environment for dancers like herself
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