Standout Student: Armstrong’s Miriam Manna is MSHSL Triple A Award Winner
Robbinsdale Armstrong High School senior Miriam Manna is a standout student.
She has recently been named a Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) Triple A award winner, which means she excels in academics, the arts and athletics. MSHSL recognizes 16 senior girls and 16 senior boys for maintaining a 3.0 GPA or above, participating in at least one MSHSL-sponsored athletic activity, and one MSHSL-sponsored art activity.
Manna runs track, is president of the National Honor Society, and was captain of the speech and debate team. She is also an active member of the school’s orchestra program, is student council president, serves as Armstrong senior class president and is on the school’s Student Activities Board.
“Miram’s positive attitude and dedication to helping everyone succceed here is amazing,” said principal Erick Norby in a press release. “She’s very welcoming to all.”
Manna says she’s always identified as a debater, which is why she wants to be a lawyer. She hopes to major in accounting or business analytics and then head to law school so she can pursue a career as a taxation or corporate attorney. Manna is still deciding where she wants to go to college. She is deciding between the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management and Duke University in Durham, N.C.