Annie's talents in the performing arts were widely admired at St. Anne's. After graduating, she pursued these talents at the Cab Calloway School for the Arts in Wilmington, where she was promoted to the Cab Calloway Wind Ensemble in her senior year. In high school she participated in the French National Honors Society and started dancing in a demonstration group of English Country Dancers; most recently she has taken up partner dances such as the Argentine Tango.
Annie now attends the University of Rochester. She has a double major in history and Italian Studies and expects to graduate in 2017. She hopes to work at a historical society or museum, and to travel the world, as it relates to her profession.
"It was at St. Anne's that I realized the important balance between being social and focusing on schoolwork. Truthfully, if you only ever do your homework and study, you'll get the grades you want, but you may miss out on becoming the kind of person you want to be. I believe that my two years spent at St. Anne's taught me how important it was to be social, yet remain a good student. St. Anne's is a wonderful school. I got a fantastic education, and I admired and respected all of my teachers."