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Grace Gebara is a Fulton County native and current senior at Roswell High School. She is a principal’s honor roll student and will end high school having taken 8 AP classes and majority honors classes. She is very active in her community, being as she is a passionate advocate for her platform, Kids Who Code, and she is an avid performer.
At school, Grace is involved in many clubs and activities. She is a director of the Hour of Code Committee at her school, where she helps put on the Hour of Code and spread her love of coding and computer science. She is also a founding member of the Girls Who Code club at Roswell. She is a Skills USA Computer Science Representative, a member of the student council, Interact Club, Key Club, Drama Club, and is the President of Chorus at her school. She proudly represents her home county and high school and devotes most of her time to others.
Her love of computer science came from her desire to challenge herself. On a whim, she decided to take AP Computer Science A. This is one of the most challenging computer science classes available. She had never taken a computer science class previously and is now immersed in it. She enjoys it a lot and learned a lot about the under-representation of women in this field, and hopes to spread the importance of computer science all around Georgia. If she could discover this passion on a whim, anyone could. Computer science is a lucrative field that is unknown to many and is seen as different than it truly is. Grace has gotten the opportunity to become an official affiliate of the Girls Who Code and Hour of Code organizations. Grace hopes to shed a light on the honest truth of computer science and coding and tell about the endless opportunity in this creative field.
On an average day, you can find Grace singing, dancing, or acting, as she is going to college to get a BFA in Musical Theater. She trains for 21 hours a week to reach her goal of someday being on Broadway. She has been training since a young age and doesn’t plan on stopping any time soon.
Grace has been doing pageants since last year, placing the fourth runner up at the Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen 2019 pageant. She enjoys public speaking and utilizing the Miss America platform to spread well all around her state. She is a proud Georgian and loves making a difference in the life of children and adults alike. She has dreamed of being Miss Fulton County for such a long time and has been loving every second of her year as Miss Fulton County 2020.