Isabella Walsh

Springdale Junior/Senior High School, 12

Michelle Walsh

Academic Achievement

FBI Teen Academy 2021, Admitted into and completed this highly competitive FBI Teen Program – 1 Year
Junior Achievement 18 Under Eighteen Award 2022 Winner, Student Ambassador – 1 Year
The Challenge Award Winner for Most Community Service Hours Completed, Winner of this award – 1 Year
Future Business Leaders of America First Place Introduction to Business Presentation and Future Business Leaders of America Second Place Introduction to Business Presentation, Winner of both of these FBLA Awards – 2 Years
National Honor Society, Member – 3 Years

Extracurricular Activities

Springdale High School Senior Class President, President – 1 Year
Future Business Leaders of America, President – 4 Years
Springdale High School Student Council, President – 2 Years
The Future Is Mine Club, President – 4 Years
Springdale High School Varsity Soccer, Captain – 4 Years

Community Involvement

Project Coordinator for Allegheny Valley Multi Community Food Drive – “Souper Bowl”, President – 2 Years
Project Coordinator for Pittsburgh Homeless Shelter Holiday Drive, President – 2 Years
Lower Valley Community Food Bank Volunteer, Volunteers at local food bank – 4 Years
Fun and Freedom Summer Camp Volunteer (Christian Faith Based Non-Profit Camp), Day Camp Volunteer – 7 Years
National Honor Society Tutoring, Member – 3 Years


I have applied and have been accepted into Duquesne University’s Honors College to pursue a degree in Forensic Science and Law which is a five-year Master’s Degree program. As a result of my coursework and grades in high school, I applied and was accepted into the FBI Teen Academy Program. My experiences with this academy have ignited a passion to follow a path in Forensic Science and Law with my ultimate career goal of becoming an agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.