Two Cherokee High School students receive award from Congress of Future Medical Leaders

Maggie Rose Trampe and Anna Messina represented Cherokee High School and New Jersey at the Congress of Future Medical Leaders this summer.

From left, Anna Messina and Maggie Rose Trampe pose with the Award of Excellence each received from the Congress of Future Medical Leaders.

Cherokee students Maggie Rose Trampe and Anna Messina represented Cherokee High School and New Jersey at the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston during the summer.

During the event, students were able to watch a live surgery and ask questions to the surgeon in real time.

According to officials at Cherokee High School, Messina and Trampe were personally taught by some of the world’s most prestigious international prize winners, such as former recipients of the Noble Prize, medical school academic leaders and up and coming young future leaders of medicine.

Cherokee High School’s North Principal Donna Charlesworth offers congratulations on the Award of Excellence certificates they recently received.