MiaRose King

College Choice: Quinnipiac University
Major: Criminal Justice

Since she was three years old, MiaRose King has loved gymnastics. She has been diligently practicing and competing since age eight and with several championships under her belt, she has earned a full athletic scholarship to Quinnipiac University where she will compete on the acrobatics and tumbling team. In addition to her schoolwork at McGehee, MiaRose is this year’s Editor-in-Chief of the Spectator (yearbook) and that keeps her exceptionally busy. Her favorite tradition lies ahead of her. “My favorite McGehee tradition is definitely how we do our graduation. I love how our graduation is unlike the traditional cap and gown ceremony, and we wear light pink dresses. It is nice to see what dress everyone picks; I love how everyone looks!”

Activities and Awards at McGehee:

  • Editor in Chief of Spectator (12)
  • Alice Peak Riess Art Award (11)
  • Community Service Award (9,10,11)
  • Virginia Dowman Kock Memorial Scholarship (10)
  • National Art Honor Society (11,12)
  • Beta Club (11,12)
  • Mélange (12)
  • In the Wings (11,12)
  • Good Deed Beads (11,12)
  • 504ever (11,12)
  • Pep Club (12)
  • GIVE Club (12)
  • Project Animal Welfare Club (9,10,11)
  • Gymnastics (9,10,11,12)

Grade started at McGehee: 9

Please note that grade started at McGehee only includes grades PK-12. Activities and Awards include grades 9-12.
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New Orleans, LA 70130
504-561-1224
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Louise S. McGehee School is a private independent all-girls school for Pre-K through grade 12 and open to all qualified girls regardless of race, religion, national or ethnic origin.