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Jiana Eisenberg enrolled at MMFS in the 9th grade, and was part of the class of 2014 – the first class to graduate the upper school. She then went on to attend Landmark College, which she chose during an open house visit. Jiana will graduate this month with a degree in Liberal Studies. She plans to continue her studies in education and psychology. “At first I wanted to study American Sign Language, but after the second year, I became really interested in residential life.” Jiana has been a residential assistant at Landmark for two years and plans on pursuing residential dean positions. She also has an internship this semester working with residential deans, which is helping her hone her skills and prepare her for the job market.
In her spare time, Jiana participates in Landmark’s basketball program. She also enjoys volleyball and does rock-climbing. Jiana remembers the impact that MMFS had on her life: “MMFS helped me practice advocating for myself. I took those skills to college and it has really helped me.” She advises seniors to get help when they feel they could benefit from it and voice their struggles to their professors.