Leah Joy Clark of Londonderry NH, attended Jesse Remington High School for all four years. Leah started her career at JRHS as a good student, and finished her careers as an excellent student, very poised for collegiate success. This noticeable growth in not only character, but also academic ability and the resilience to keep on, earned Leah one of JRHS most coveted career awards, the Most Improved Career Award, known as the “Grit” award among the student body.
Being one of the strong worship team leaders, Leah greatly appreciates the chapel services along with the variety of speakers that come to share God’s Word with the Jesse Remington students, teachers, faculty, and staff. She will be remembered for her faithful attendance and leadership in rehearsals and chapels, as well as her ability to lead, sing and pray.
Music has always been a passion and gift of Leah, even from a young age. In addition to her schoolwork, she has been an avid singer and performer through several organizations, such as Bedford Rotary Idol, 2 years in a row, New Hampshire All State Jazz Choir, making the Honors choir her second year, singing with a Boston Jazz band at a Fund Raising Gala and being part of the worship team at Hope Tabernacle Church since she was 14.
At JRHS, she performed in 2 of the plays, such as Little Women and Secret Garden. Her favorite and best role was Mary in the Secret Garden and such role was a challenge for the amount of lines she had to learn since she was in almost every scene.
Leah was accepted to Berklee College of Music, Belmont University, and has chosen Montclair State University in New Jersey for music therapy. Later on, Leah is praying about eventually get her Master’s degree in mental health. The verse that she looks at when thinking about her future is Proverbs 31:25 which states, “Strength and dignity are her clothing, and she laughs at the time to come.” In her year’s ahead, Leah knows that God will open and close the right doors in order to bring Him the most glory through her life.