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Senior Spotlight — Isha Jayesh Patel

MADISON – Isha Jayesh Patel is a senior at James Clemens High School.

“I love anything to do with math! Math just clicks with the way I think, and I love going through a long math problem and being able to find that one right answer,” Patel said. “I also enjoy my science classes because there is so much to learn about every living thing.”

She achieved a 4.0 GPA. Patel worked as a Health Science intern, served as a member of James Clemens Student Ambassadors and volunteered at Huntsville Museum of Art.

In summer 2019, she attended the international competition for Health Occupation Students Of America or HOSA – Future Health Professionals at Disney World and placed in the top 20 in Medical Innovations. She served as Co-President of HOSA at James Clemens.

Isha’s parents Shilpa and Jayesh Patel. Isha’s sibling is 22-year-old Juhi Patel.

“I will be attending the University of Alabama at Birmingham and pursue a kinesiology major. I have been accepted to UAB’s Early Physical Therapy School acceptance program,” Isha said. “I plan on attending physical therapy school after undergrad.”

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