MDU Resources Teen of the Week: Future Business Leader calls tennis court home | Local news for Bismarck-Mandan, North Dakota
She said her dad, who is the Bismarck-Mandan Tennis Association president, got her into the sport. She enjoys shadowing him and helping when she can.
Additionally, Allan is a part of student council, Spanish club and National Honor Society. She also works at Scheels and Harvest Catering and Events.
Mandan High School counselor Alyssa Caya said Allan is a capable student who can maintain good grades with a rigorous course load while also being active in her school.
“Elizabeth finds great joy in helping others,” Caya wrote in a letter of recommendation. “She is an excellent role model at Mandan High School.”
Allan in the past two years has taken six advanced placement and dual credit courses and has a cumulative GPA of 4.0. Her favorite class was AP U.S. history.
“Education is important to me because it helps me