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Class President Reflects on His 4 Year Term

Looks Forward to Future in Political Science and International Relations
LHS Class of 2024 President Tyler Witzgall . Photo courtesy of Tyler Witzgall

Tyler Witzgall was elected President of the Class of 2024 during his freshman year and has maintained that title all four years of high school, always volunteering for class events and ensuring that students in the Class of 2024 have the best high school experience possible.

Being elected class president is no small accomplishment and Tyler has taken his role seriously the past four years, always putting the class first.

As class president, Tyler has helped decorate the halls every time there is a pep rally or winter carnival, and he has been a large contributor to helping raise money for all of these events.

Tyler said, “I am proud of the work we’ve done as a student government and the continued work being done to ensure a smooth and strong end to our senior year”.

Tyler partnered with the class president in Fitchburg and together, they organized a fundraiser to sell Leominster/Fitchburg Football shirts for the Thanksgiving Day Fenway Park Rivalry Football game in 2023. Tyler’s fundraiser raised hundreds of dollars for the Class of 2024.

When asked what Tyler will miss the most about LHS he said, “I will of course miss the people and the feeling of community from Leominster and this high school”. 

Not only has Tyler been on student government, but he was a varsity football captain, he works at Game On, and he has an internship at Senator Cronin’s office all while maintaining high grades in honors and AP classes.

In June of 2023, Tyler had the honor of being selected from his class to represent Leominster High School at the Massachusetts Boys’ State where he collaborated with students from all over Massachusetts to run a mock city and state government. Tyler was elected to be on the School Committee and be a State Representative by his city.

Tyler has always had a keen interest in politics as shown by his interview with the Mayor of Fitchburg when Tyler was just 11 years old. During this interview, Tyler told the Mayor that when he grew up he would be the mayor one day too.

When asked what advice he has for students still at Leominster High School, Tyler said, “never care what other people say and make the best of your life in high school because it goes by quickly.”

Tyler will be pursuing his academic career at Saint Anselm College where he will be majoring in International Relations and Political Science.

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Victoria Miele
Victoria Miele, Reporter
Hello, my name is Victoria Miele and I am a senior at LHS! This year I am in Journalism 2. This summer I attended the Washington Journalism and Media Conference in Washington D.C. where I was able to meet journalists working on Capitol Hill, as well as tour the Capitol Building, and sit in the National Press Club and listen to credited reporters speak about their jobs and day to day lives. Throughout the year I play volleyball, tennis and I snowboard, but I love to read and write. I also work as a Personal Care Assistant for a young girl with SMA and I am a member of student government for the class of 2024, NHS, and I am the Vice President of Best Buddies. My favorite places to be are the library, my church, or playing volleyball with my friends. I am thrilled to be participating in this class and I look forward to the work we will be doing this school year!

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