SPOTSWOOD, NJ - Spotswood High School senior Victoria Morgan McGrath along with four other classmates is having her work featured in the high school's Virtual Art Show during the month of June. The Milltown native was a part of the Honors AP Art Studio class taught by Spotswood High School Art teacher Alyson Collins. The complete art show is available on the Spotswood High School website.
In addition to her artistic endeavors, McGrath was a member of the Spotswood High School varsity cheerleading squad. She received the Chargers cheerleading program's Rookie of the Year award following her freshman season. The National Honor Society member also participated in the high school's Heroes and Cool Kids program. Outside of school, McGrath is active in competitive dance. She was a captain for her dance team and also teaches dance.
McGrath's favorite class at Spotswood High School was History. The teacher that earned the highest marks is Spotswood High School Social Studies teacher Erin Peabody. McGrath has many fond memories of her time as a Charger especially those on the sidelines with her cheerleading teammates. However, the most special was winning the Greater Middlesex Conference Cheer Performance championship her sophomore year.
In the fall, McGrath is headed to the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. She plans on studying to be a nurse.