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Q&A with Madison Tenney, STEM School Highlands Ranch graduate


Tenney participates in student government, National Honor Society, and Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica. She’s also a member of Girls in STEM Denver. This fall, she will be attending the University of Kansas and will major in political science and economics.

What profession or career do you want to pursue? Why?

My family, teachers and mentors have done an amazing job at convincing me that I can be anything that my heart desires. I have been exposed to countless professions, all of which seemed perfectly fitting when introduced. It seemed that each week I would have a new career in sight. One of my mentors would always joke, “Madison is going to be president one day!” She said it enough that I started to believe it. From there, I began to associate my academic interests of history, English and economics with my passion for politics. I intend to pursue a career as a constitutional lawyer or political consultant.

What do you hope to accomplish in life?

Over the course of my lifetime, I hope to make meaningful and positive relationships with those that I meet. I want to grow and learn with each obstacle I face. Most of all though, I want to make a mark on the world with my work, in whichever way I deem possible.

If I could do anything, it would be to ...

Spend time traveling abroad to study the influence of politics on culture.


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