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Giselle Griffin


Giselle Griffin
Board of Education of Cecil County, Student Member

District: Countywide
Term Ends: June 2025


Giselle Griffin is a senior at Perryville High School with a cumulative GPA of 4.45; this grade point average has been maintained while being enrolled in multiple Advanced Placement courses along with classes from Cecil College. Giselle is continuously active in her school community as a member of the National Honors Society, where students work together to provide service hours with the whole purpose of giving back to the community. She is also involved as a school event organizer and planner, member of the ceramics club, GSA member, and team manager for the Perryville High School girls’ basketball team. In her high school career, Giselle has also been a part of Perryville’s concert choir, softball team, and corollary bowling team. 

Stepping away from the school environment, Giselle is determined to engage and take action throughout her community by helping with outreach programs and volunteering at community events such as the Perryville Christmas parade or the annual boo bash that promote and advocate for family fun. Giselle is also heavily involved with the Perryville Little League football organization; she spends most of her summer helping the little athletes, whether at the concession stand, being up in the scorekeeper's box, or being right out there on the field providing water. Giselle is also a strong advocate for organizations whose purpose is to provide unity and strength to all. 

Giselle's overarching mission is to provide and create unity amongst all students of Cecil County, regardless of their race, social class, sexual preference, background, and religious beliefs. Giselle deems it important that everyone should be able to be themselves without the immense shame and fear of being disliked by society. She wants to make sure everyone feels equally important and included as the next person and is honored to be a representative of CCPS students while serving as a Student Member of the Board.