Emily Schwartz


What is the charity you chose to represent? 

The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation because I have seen how breast cancer can ruin the lives of a lot of people every year, and it is a very important issue.   

Why do you best represent Washington Township?  

I am involved in a lot of our clubs here, and I feel that I am a very positive influence amongst my peers.   

What is your favorite pick-up line?  

There is something wrong with my phone… your number isn’t in it!  

If you could pick anyone besides yourself to win, who would it be? 

I would definitely pick Kathryn Kim to win. She is an amazing leader and she is kind to everybody.  

Favorite food:  


Favorite movie: 

Bohemian Rhapsody  

Favorite music artist: 

At the moment, it’s Laufey.  

What TV show/movie character are you most like? 

A lot of people tell me I’m like Hermione from Harry Potter. We are both hard-working and would do anything for our friends.   

What is your go-to Wawa order?  

An Italian Hoagie, mac and cheese, a bag of chips, and an iced vanilla coffee.   

If you could give yourself one superpower, what would it be? 

I would want to teleport. I just think it would be fun and very useful.  

What has been your most embarrassing moment at WTHS?  

Dropping my metal water bottle in silent classrooms. Not a fun time.   

What has been one of the most memorable aspects of your high school experience?  

Drama Club and making so many new friends 

If you could change one thing about the world you live in, what would it be?  

I would want everybody to love everybody, no matter who they are.  

What advice would you give to underclassmen about high school? About life?  

Enjoy every single moment. Not just high school, but life is going to fly by.   

What are your plans and goals for after high school?  

I plan to double major in Elementary Education and English. I want to become an elementary school teacher after college.   

What teacher or faculty member has made the biggest impact on your high school career? 

Mrs. Molotsky has allowed me to learn and grow in class and in Drama Club. She has always believed in me and given me so many beautiful experiences.   

Who in your life has had the biggest influence on you? 

My friends. They have taught me so much, and they help me grow as a person every single day. I love you guys!  

What is one thing you cannot live without? 

My phone because that is how I communicate with my friends.  

What is something about you that most people do not know?  

I actually used to play field hockey. I was not good.  

Describe yourself in three words. 

Hard-working, positive, and friendly.  

If you had to give a 20-minute presentation on a topic of your choosing, what would it be?  

Broadway, definitely. I know a lot about it, and I think I could talk about it for a lot longer than 20 minutes.  

What has been the best part about being on the Homecoming Court?  

Getting to meet some new people and form a friendship with everyone has been so amazing.