Jeanites Got Talent
Famous television shows aren’t the only forums for break-out performances…Jeanites are gifted with many talents that they commit to, in addition to their high school experiences and on their own time. Jeanites not only stand out but they also rise up to the occasion in their unique spaces in the world.
Jeanite Madison Valentin is an experienced gymnast who wowed the crowd with her spectacular performance at the SJB talent show. Madison has been a rhythmic gymnast since the age of 9 and I has trained competitively for the last 8 years. Madison has been showcases on The Harry Show, and several news channels such as channel 7. She has also modeled for fitness companies such as KurveShop and is a 3 time New York State Champion and 2 time Boston Cup champion. Madison recently completed her final year of competitive rhythmic gymnastics and is now an assistant coach for the rhythmic gymnastics team.
Senior Stephanie Kennedy is as active as they come... along with her full SJB schedule, Stephanie continues to seek out opportunities for her own enrichment. These endeavors include her internship with Girls Who Code at JP Morgan & Chase bank, her recent summer internship at The Villages Technology & Solutions Group in Florida, a career day on Good Morning America, and, of course, her undying commitment to her beloved SJB Hip Hop Team.
Through a workshop offering at the American Museum of Natural History, Jeanite Caitlin Reith can now share her skills and knowledge as an official tour guide at the museum. As an intern in the Saltz program at the American Museum of Natural History, Caitlin had the opportunity to interact with visitors on dioramas and have conversations on topics involving culture, feminism, and sexism. In addition, Caitlin worked on carts and interacted with people of all ages over different artifacts and topics like herpetology, marine biology, astronomy, anthropology, and paleontology.
Not to mention the numerous Jeanites that contribute their own talents and time to the various performance groups that Jeanites @ 2:30 involves. These young women work endlessly to produce a quality product that not just serves to entertain, but to also bring out the best in all Jeanites.