Madison Hawn



  • My Education

-Attend Harlem Fine Arts Academy

-Certified In Mental Health First Aid

-Certified In CPR (Adults,Children and Pets)

-Certified In Babysitting

  • My Work

-I don’t work yet due to my age but in the future I would like to become a psychologist

  • My Hobbies


-Playing Piano



  • My Awards

-Community Service Award from The Parks Chamber of Commerce

-Perfect Attendance Award for grades K-8

-I am a 3 time Regional Forensic Speaker Champion

-I also received 1st place at an art show 2 years in a row

  • My favorite quote

-Albert Einstein wrote, “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by it’s ability to climb a tree, it will live it’s whole life believing that it is stupid.”

-This quote shows that everyone should not be expected to obtain the same achievements. Every person is an individual, we all can’t showcase our talents in the same ways, we all have our own talents and strengths.

  • A little about myself:

-In the summer of 2019 I created a ‘’Take What You Need’’ project. This is a board that is in high traffic hallways of my school. It has positive messages in envelopes displayed with a word explaining the topic of the message inside. This board is very popular at my school. It helps my peers gain self confidence and it also helps their mental health.

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Community Service & Involvement


This is a list of events and the contact info of the hosts.

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Talents & Skills

  • Talents/Skills

-Public Speaking (3 Time 1st Place Forensic Speech Winner)

-Piano(1st Chair Pianist)

-Cross Country (Team Captain, and Varsity)

-Track (Varsity, and State Qualifier)

-Drawing (First Place at an art show 2 years in a row)

-Team Work (I helped my Science Olympiad Team Place 2nd at a Regional Competition)

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-I was the Team Captain of my Cross Country team 

-I created a Take What You Need project, and this is a board that is in my school that has envelopes with words (happiness, faith, love, etc.) these envelopes have quotes inside that reflect these topics. I am working on getting these at every school in my district. 

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  • I was on the Swim Team
  • I was on Varsity Track and Field
  • I was also on Varsity Cross Country
  • I have perfect attendance for K-8th grade
  • I was on The Varsity Science Olympiad team
  • I am also in full honors and I am planning to start my Associate’s Degree next year

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Essay #1

Oh the places I’ll go; with this title comes a great deal of responsibilities, and challenges. If I receive this title, it will be an amazing year making appearances at local events and promoting my platform. I am very passionate about promoting mental health awareness. With this title I will be able to reach more people and raise awareness to this topic. With this title I will be able to attend events, make appearances, and speak on behalf of the American Coronet Pageant.

Essay #2

I would be honored to spend the day with Helen Keller, she is an extraordinary woman who has forever changed history. She became a big advocate for the disabled. Helen was born June 27, 1880, she was born deaf and blind. In the late 1800s, there weren’t any programs for the disabled, but by the early 1900s, there were thanks to Helen. Helen learned American Sign Language with her teacher Annie Sullivan, who never gave up on Helen. Helen attended Radcliffe College for four years and received a Bachelor in Arts, she was the first deaf and blind person to receive this degree. I would love to spend a day with such an amazing woman in history, I have so many unanswered questions, and they could be answered if time travel was possible.

Easy #3

Illinois; My home state, there are many things I love about my state. We have the world’s largest bakery. I mean that’s the best, isn’t it? In all seriousness the best thing about my home state isn’t something right now, it was in the past. Illinois was the first state to ratify the 13th amendment, the 13th amendment states that slavery or forced labor shall not exist. Illinois took the first steps to make America what we now all call home. Illinois saved many lives by taking these necessary steps to end slavery in the United States. This liberated all slaves in Illinois and other states followed us and made slavery illegal. Soon the United States realized what they did was wrong. The United States still segregated African Americans and the Whites but Illinois was one of the first to make everyone equal and stop segregation. I am proud to call Illinois my home state and I will forever be happy to call Illinois home.